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how do i turn off messenger alerts :tazz:
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Please be a little more specific. What kind of program, what kind of alerts etc. The more info you give us, the faster and better replies you'll get.

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Windows Messenger? If so, this is the easiest way: http://www.grc.com/f...hemessenger.exe
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I think he is talking about Windows' Messenger Alert Service not Windows Messenger (the one that looks like MSN Messenger).

Start->Run
Type "services.msc". Press Enter. This will open the Services window.
In the right pane. Double click on "Messenger". And change its StartUp Type to Disabled.
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I think he is talking about Windows' Messenger Alert Service not Windows Messenger (the one that looks like MSN Messenger).

Start->Run
Type "services.msc". Press Enter. This will open the Services window.
In the right pane. Double click on "Messenger". And change its StartUp Type to Disabled.

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Yeah, that's what I thought. The link I posted is a little program that turns it on and off. I'm new here so I'm still learning how you guys do things. I help out on some other boards, too. I've found it's usually easier to recommend programs, than describing how to do it manually. It's good that you guys take the time to explain things to people. :tazz:
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