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[a little OT] a lot of pythonw.exe processes (Windows)

..:: sjf ::..
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Hi all,

During running IDLE (in Windows) there are a lot of pythonw.exe processes in
my Task Manager.
Maybe IDLE starts a new pythonw.exe process every time when I run the
program? But why doesn't IDLE finish every such process correctly? So why it
starts (if any) new processes at all?

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