I opened System ➜ Preferences ➜ Startup Applications ➜ Options and clicked on Remember Currently Running Application. I suppose this makes Ubuntu memorize (save a list on some place in disk) all currently running applications and when you reboot your computer, the OS starts with everything in that list.
Now I want to get rid of it. Of course I can close all applications which I do not want to start in startup, and click Remember currently running Applications again, but this doesn't seem to work as expected. For example, Yakuake opens differently if I do that.
What I want is to completely turn off session saving. Maybe I can delete the stored information somehow?