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wen9x88

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someone help me check the program running in task manager
because i using old computer,and i don want waste memory usage on the useless program.
and i m not sure which one can disable,so i hope someone can help me check this task manager.
and tell me which one can disable to get more memory usage and make my computer faster.
my computer is clean,no malware,virus,trojan,and others.
don ask me to scan computer,and ask me to run Disk Defragmenter.
and here is my task manager:
that two red box is the player i using to listen music and another one is for gaming.
sorry because my english weak.
hope you guys can understand.
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Well, mplayer.exe is part of Windows Media Player and is a legitimate process. Not sure about Garena.exe though, there isn't any information about it on the internet.

Edited by david28, 16 March 2008 - 01:24 AM.

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wen9x88

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mplayer.exe is media player
Garena.exe is gaming software
how about others ?
can disable anot ?
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The ones that are unfamiliar to me, I checked and seem to be valid. I would not disable any others because they are system processes.


What issues are you having with the computer this time? Because I have looked at your other posts and you have had alot.
I hope you are not randomly deleteing things.

What computer do you have? homebuilt or factory such as dell/ HP/ etc.
What is the OS?
What size is the hard drive?
How much free space on the hard drive?
How much memory?
Do you run virus scanners/ malware scanners/ spyware scanners?
Are they up to date?
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