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geekyandhow

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Does anyone know how to hide Firefox from Applications/Processes tabs in Task Manager so that some other program I am using should not see that Firefox is running alongside?

Thanks in advance :)

Edited by geekyandhow, 16 December 2011 - 10:53 AM.

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BUMP!
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Not sure why you need to hide FF. IE will run at the same time of FF so that can't be a problem. What program are you trying to run and what problem are you having? :confused:
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Thank you for the reply. Don't want to hide IE, just FF. Check your PM :)
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I know of no way to hide a application in Task Manager.
My concern is a security measure that it sounds like in your pm which can't be bypassed by GTG pursuant to our TOU below.
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