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richocki

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Any one know of a Task Manager replacement? I had one, before I had to reformat the HD and reinstall XP that
started when ctrl-alt-del was pressed. It gave information on the processes that were running. I would like to see if I can find this TM again. thanks
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richocki...

What happens when you press Ctrl + Alt + Delete? Do you get a Task Manager that just doesn't contain the information you're used to seeing? If so, open that one and double-click on the top blue border.

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I have the XP TM ok. When I double click on the top bar it maximizes.

The one I am looking for replaced the TM and opened when you did the ctr-alt-del. When you selected a process it gave you information on who owns it (company) and where it is on you HD ect...
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Ok...you're looking for something more like THIS.
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Security Task Manager is very interesting. I think I can learn to like this one even though it is not a true ctrl-alt-del replacement for XP's Task Manager.
Thanks for introducing me to ecurity Task Manager.
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