Way to force exit from system tray?


(John Morrow) #1

I understand why Zwift defaults to staying active in the system tray to allow background updates, but programs usually have a menu option to prevent this.  I prefer not to have a lot of unnecessary processes cluttering up my system 24/7 just to speed up the occasional update.

I can’t find an option to force Zwift to actually quit when I exit the program.  Is there one somewhere?

And could we possibly get access to the menu without having to actually launch a ride?  


(Paul Allen) #2

Msconfig and don’t allow Zwift to automatically start.


(John Morrow) #3

There’s actually an option to stop it from auto-launching.

That doesn’t actually help the fact that the program doesn’t actually quit when you exit after a ride.  You still have to go into the systems tray and force it to quit.


(Pierre-Luc Belanger) #4

I have the same problem