Guide
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all running processes are divided into run automatically at startup and the start when the user clicks on the icon of a program.The first, in turn, are divided into the system necessary for the OS, and processes user programs for which the option is installed startup.
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To stop the process, it is necessary to know his name.Open a command prompt: "Start - All Programs - Accessories - Command Prompt."Type tasklist 'and press Enter.You will see a list of running processes in the system.If you can not identify the name of his membership, use the program Everest.With it you get all the information about your computer, including information about running processes and
the ways to executable files.
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Stop the process in several ways.The easiest - through the "Task Manager" (Ctrl + Alt + Del).In the list of processes that you want to stop, and click the right-hand mouse button.In the context menu, select "End Process."Remember that you can not stop the mission-critical system processes, the operating system will not allow you to.
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Stop the possible from the command line, for example, type taskkill / pid 1234 / f and press Enter.Instead of "1234", enter the process ID (PID), his look in the last column of the list output command tasklist.The parameter f determines a team forced termination process.To view all the options for using the command taskkill command line, type taskkill /?and press Enter.
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If you want to stop running services, open "Start - Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Services".Find the service you want and double-click it with the mouse.In the next window, click "Stop", the service will be stopped.Next, you can disable it to run by selecting "Startup type" option "Disable."
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After stopping the service, you can restart it by pressing the "Start" button.The button is visible in the event that the menu "Startup type" select the "Auto" or "Manual".If you select "Off" button is inactive.
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To start the process, which is not a service and therefore does not appear in the list of services, find and run the executable file.The path to the file view in Everest to stop the process.You can start the process from the command line - for example, to start Notepad, type in the command prompt notepad.exe and press Enter.To start the installed programs you must enter the full path to the executable file.