How do you close a program, if u cant exit it, you cant cntrl+alt+del, etc... ?

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Thread: How do you close a program, if u cant exit it, you cant cntrl+alt+del, etc... ?

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    How do you close a program, if u cant exit it, you cant cntrl+alt+del, etc... ?

    well,i cant close a program that runs at startup all the the time. can anyonehelp?

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    Do you use Windows?

    You can stop the program by using the taskmanager.

    To stop it from running with every start of your os you schould run msconfig,
    systemstart and there you can decide wich programs may run by starting your system.
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    Yea go to Start > run > MsConfig
    Go to the Startup tab and unselect the program

    Btw .. whats with the poll?
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    Start>Run>taskman
    that will alow you to close all programs, however not ALL processes are listed
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    You can disable it by going into win.ini or go to Start/run then type msconfig and hit ENTER.

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    or for ME i use Trojan first aid kit, and list the running tasks and it gives an option to kill it.

    or if its not to major ALT+F4, say if its a window that wont close.

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