One of Business Administrator’s key tasks is business administration, obviously. To achieve that goal, it has thousands of objects to check, work with and update, as well as updating items that you request.
But having to save so many items can take time – a luxury that often costs money. We always knew that Business Administrator would be a phenomenally complicated machine, and one of our key goals is that it would not hold up people who are using they system.
So we’ve created a new system on Business Administrator that’s dedicated to saving data without putting any load on the user system. When Business Administrator comes across items that need to be saved and are not critical to what the user is doing, it simply hands them over to this new ‘mass saving system’. That system, in turn, then spends its time seeking data to save, and saving it.
One downside though, and we’re not sure it’s really a downside for all the positives it offers: you can’t close Business Administrator while it’s saving. Business Administrator will tell you this if you try to close it, and it will state that it will close when it’s finished saving. Assuming you still want it to close, Business Administrator will then close when it’s finished. However, there is no route to Business Administrator shutting down the computer.