Welcome cherylruth to Geeks to Go!
Don't be embarrassed. Let's take it step by step.
A browser is a program that enables you to 'browse' the Internet. Most common is Internet Explorer, but there are other programs available (FireFox, Opera, Avant).
A program is 'running' if it is activated. When you open Internet Explorer, the program will 'run'.
Every program you use will open in a 'window'. If you have Internet Explorer open to view this topic, that's one window. If you have another program active (like AdAware for instance), it will open in another 'window'. That makes two open windows.
'Cleanup 4.0' will remove temporary files only.
I'm not sure about your question on 'backup'. In general it means you keep a copy of what you do in case you need to reverse the process.
Let me know if this is helping you enough.
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Edited by g2i2r4, 10 December 2005 - 01:11 PM.