To save electricity, I like to shut down my computer every night. First, I quit my Web browser.
My Web browser is set up so that, when I quit, it automatically saves my session: a list of open tabs and more. It stores the session on my computer's hard drive. I find this very useful.
R' Shlomo Zalman Auerbach was strict about saving information to a computer's hard drive during Chol Hamoed. In "Chol Hamoed Observance in Modern Times", R' Howard Jachter explains:
Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach (cited in Shmirat Shabbat Kehilchata 66 note 209) [...] surprisingly forbids [...] storing information on a computer because it is a form of "building."
Let's say that my rabbi holds like R' Auerbach regarding saving on Chol Hamoed. If so, then during Chol Hamoed, may I quit my Web browser normally and let it save its session? Or must I take special steps so that it won't save its session?