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Old 01-10-2009, 01:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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tell me if there is anything here that does not need to be running.



thanks in advance.
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Those are just the processes running under your username. To see everything that's running, you need to click on the button labeled "Show processes from all users".
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Most of the stuff there looks fine, you'd need to do what DoubleHelix above says though for us to get a proper look.

Btw, you might want to go to Run -> msconfig to stop Google Toolbar Notifier from running. I always found it very annoying.
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Those are just the processes running under your username. To see everything that's running, you need to click on the button labeled "Show processes from all users".
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