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VB6 How to stop an .exe displaying in Task Manager >> Applications

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HI there,

I've completed a nice little application which has one section of it sitting in the system tray
looking for automatic updates via the internet.

I've just notice that when I have a look in Task Manager >> Applications I can see the app running.
The App is in the Process Sections where it belongs.

How can I get it out of the Applications Tab

Regards

Paul
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App.TaskVisible = False

Thanks

So easy when you know how

Cheers

Paul
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