2 added 7 characters in body edited Jan 28 '12 at 12:09 niklasfi 1,20822 gold badges1616 silver badges1818 bronze badges I just found that doing Quit[] does what I want, too. It may not be the nicest way, but it is easy to remember. Another Mathematica kernel seems to be automatically started when the next command is run. I just found that doing Quit[] does what I want, too. It may not be the nicest way, but it is easy to remember. Another Mathematica seems to be automatically started when the next command is run. I just found that doing Quit[] does what I want, too. It may not be the nicest way, but it is easy to remember. Another Mathematica kernel seems to be automatically started when the next command is run. 1 answered Jan 28 '12 at 12:01 niklasfi 1,20822 gold badges1616 silver badges1818 bronze badges I just found that doing Quit[] does what I want, too. It may not be the nicest way, but it is easy to remember. Another Mathematica seems to be automatically started when the next command is run.