Running Applications

#3
Right click on your tool bar and select 'Task Manager' will show some. Click run in the start menu, type 'msconfig', go to the last tab and it will show programs that start up when your Laptop boots.
 
#4
Cow said:
Right click on your tool bar and select 'Task Manager' will show some. Click run in the start menu, type 'msconfig', go to the last tab and it will show programs that start up when your Laptop boots.
Cheers mate. Don't suppose you know what the Processes things about as well do you?
 
#6
The Processes tab provides a list of all running background processes.
You might have the applications tab empty but still find 40+ processes.
If you have an app open, right click it and select go to process to see what process it is.
 
#8
My laptop was running uber slow and I recall someone on here once saying to check applications as some work in the background constantly taking up space and slowing things down.
 
#12
Theres a rather cool program called enditall2 which is still available some places on the net. Kills off everything that is not necessary, great if you need to free up memory and so on.
 

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