I was noticing that when I restart my computer for the first time, it is "less clogged", and immediately after restarting I restart it again and it feels even "less clogged".
This made me wonder, from a technological point of view, how different can restarting a computer once, be from restarting a computer multiple times?
From my inexperience, I really cannot understand why is restarting a computer twice going to fix a problem that restarting it once didn't solve. What's the explanation here?
I use Windows Vista Home Premium but the quesiton I'm asking is actually related to the Windows family in general.