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Task Manager Mumbo Jumbo?

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Hello my friends,

When I run task manager without placing the " show processes from all users"  check mark, it shows like 30 processses. Placing the check mark results in 50 processes. I am the admin and the only one logged on.

Furthermore are the Task Manager tabs gone?

Anyone?

Regards,

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First if you don't see tabs in task manager just double click on white border around window with processes.
Second "Show processes from all users" also show processes from system accounts like SYSTEM, LOCAL SERVICE, NETWORK SERVICE...
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Thanks for your help
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