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Viewing sysinternals Process Explorer, and viewing handles of some programs in the lower pane
I get to see what looks like this:
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As an example I ran various trusted programmes such as
CCleaner
microsoft word
process explorer
and other different softwares and some, as these 3, show in the lower pane:
File: \Device\Ip
File: \Device\Tcp

and some show File: \Device\NetBT_Tcpip
and some donít show any such thing related to IP.

What does ccleaner and word and process explorer have to do with IP and TCP?
why does it say Device\Ip is a file for example??
What are these please?
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nobody in geekstogo knows? :)
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CCleaner checks for updates on startup.
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