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waynf

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I just checked running processes on Windows by pressing Ctrl-Alt-Del and this process showed up.

iexplore
systray
Explorer

I did not receive any iexplore error messages, net yet anyway, but would like to know the story on this. And once in this view by typing Cntrl-Alt-Del, what do I do with iexplore. There are three buttons on bottom of window-End Taks-Shutdown and Cancel.

Please advise.

ps will get to systray another time.
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gerryf

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Uh, what?

Those should all be running processes.

iexplorer is your browser
explorer is your system shell
systray is the clock in the lower right hand corner.
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Thanks to gerryf! :tazz:
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