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Processes Running...What is Normal


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alison7746

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Can anyone tell me what is normal to have running in your system processes, or of a reference guide?
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It depends entirely on which Windows components have been installed or removed, what applications you've installed, including antivirus & third-party firewall. They all set up their own modules in the running processes list. Every PC is different in that respect.

There is no "normal".

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 25 January 2011 - 02:12 PM.

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If your worried about a virus issue or something take a screen shot and post it showing your running processes.
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