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 Windows Task Manager>Processes

I have a lot of processes running and I don't know where or how to find out
what each one is..their Image Names are a foreign language to me..where can
I find a list of them and the processes they represent?
Thanks..
RLS


 Mon, 08 Nov 2004 12:03:18 GMT   
 Windows Task Manager>Processes

language to me..where can
Click on each one to see what they do. Becarefull of what
you delete tho. I saw a link in here somewhere that tells
you more specifics on each one and exactally what they do
but it's probably buried pretty deep by now. You could so
a search on the past month of the word "processes".
Probably LOTS of entries.



 Mon, 08 Nov 2004 14:22:49 GMT   
 Windows Task Manager>Processes
Thanks Jon..I'll give it a try.
Rob


 Tue, 09 Nov 2004 11:30:35 GMT   
 
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