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Hey all PC wizards . . .I'm looking to uncover a dark
(possibly .dll)  secret.  I understand that
MS_webcheckmonitor is a hidden Explorer process (not sure
whether Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer), and that
it uses a considerable amount of memory.  I have searched
high and low, including in XP Powertools TweakUI, System
Information and Microsoft Knowledge Base in order to
determine whether it can/should be disabled.  Anyone have
any wisdom on this subject? Thanks very much.

 Thu, 04 Aug 2005 01:11:47 GMT   
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