When you do a Ctrl Alt Del there are some processes that you do not have a clue about is there anywhere you can find out what they are?
I'm not sure what kind of information you want, but here's an
overview. I will assume you're using Windows software.
When you "do" a Ctrl+Alt+Del, the task manager comes up. Here
are listed all the programs you are running at present. You will
also find these on the taskbar (the "start" bar, or "quick launch"
bar). In this window you may close them (one at a time) until you
have eliminated the program that is causing the problem (usually a
"lockup" or "freeze"). You can also do this from the taskbar. If
this doesn't help, it will probably be necessary to reboot. I have
found that most time when my machine locks up it is because I have
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there you can just se filenames, and nut program names .. for
example if you're running ms office word, you'll see msword.exe or
sth similar. try using the find option in win. explorer (or start
--> find) and search for the filename you see in the task
manager (try searching your whole computer, nut just the folder
Try typing the file names into a search engine.
Go to www.answersthatwork.com and check out their task list.
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Use a free program called Process Explorer. You can download it
You could also use System Mechanic to check what those precesses