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Over the past few days, some of our users have encountered a known error code that can be used to kill processes in Task Manager. This problem occurs for many reasons. Now let’s discuss some of them. Hold down the CTRL key on those ALT keys, and then press the DELETE key. The Windows Security window will appear.In the Windows Security window, click Task Manager or Start Task Manager.In the Windows Task Manager, open the Applications tab with an open mind.Now open this tab “Processes”.
You will get a lot of processes if you press CTRL-ALT-DELETE, go to Task Manager and click the Processes tab. It is impossible to say exactly which of them can be safely closed. Although an attempt to end them raises dire warnings of apocalyptic upheavals, such disasters are very rare.
Of course, isn’t it possible to close all related files without first saving all open files? You need to take precautions.
But there is a simple rule: don’t close the whole process without first understanding how it works. A good place to start your search is ProcessLibrary.com. Just type someone’s name in the search section of the site, press ENTER and see what the program says.
The site actually provides a unified and easy way for
In the Task Manager window, you can click on the Processes tabs to view all running applications as well as processes, including your valuable computer’s background processes. Here you can fully check the Windows background processes, select all unwanted background processes and click the End task button to stop them for a while.
But ProcessQuickLink itself is a process that requires almost 5MB of memory for a Golf, and I told you about those useless autoloaders about two weeks ago. So, after installing it, right click the ProcessQuickLink icon in the taskbar and just disable RunProcessQuickLink on Windows startup. Then run the program manually from the start palette when you really need it.
ProcessLibrary does not define every process. If you find that what you’re looking for doesn’t exist, the information box on the Answer Line forum will recommend another site, AnswersThatWork. And FenderGuy2112 points out that a Google search for the name is sure to yield useful information.