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I need to stop the find fast process!

Posted on 2001-06-17
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The Find fast process is taking over my computer!  The only option I see is when it is scheduled.  I see little benefit from this program that, when running, takes over the processor. Can I uninstall it?
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Did I not read it carefully enough?  I do not have any indexes to delete.  I can't find my Office disk so I cannot remove the whole thing either.  Any ideas?
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A temp fix:
Open Find Fast in Control Panel and set Update interval to 999 hours.
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I have been encouraged to close these questions from the moderator even though there is no "right" answer.
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