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Disable IME, CtfMonitor

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#1 minorgeek


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Posted 04 August 2011 - 07:01 PM

How can i disable IME and CtfMonitor.

this stuff sounds like a lot of overhead for every input. i suspect it's slowing me down. disabling will tell me.

searched here, ms, google, etc. no can find. can't find an appropriate service (they often name them weirdly)
i do see several ctf entries in the startups shown by autoruns. i can try turning those off. but would feel
much better if there's a known (to someone) way to turn it off.

i'm on vista so entered in this forum, but my guess is it's similar in xp and win7.


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Posted 04 August 2011 - 08:47 PM

As for CTFMON....

Download, and run CTFMON-Remover: http://www.gerhard-schlager.at/en/projects/ctfmonremover/
The CTFMON-Remover helps you removing the annoying CTFMON.EXE from your Windows operating system. The program is easy to use and displays whether the CTFMON.EXE is installed and running or not. If it was found then you can remove it within seconds. Just in case that you need the CTFMON sometime in the future there is also an option to restore the original one.
Note:The CTFMON.EXE is among other things responsible for changing the language schema of your keyboard (e.g. for switching between the German and English keyboard layout). So in case you are using this feature you shouldn't remove or disable the CTFMON.EXE!
NOTE. CTFMON.EXE is not a threat, but unnecessary startup, which can't be disabled in any other way.

As for others....

Download, and install Quick Startup: http://www.glarysoft.com/qs.html
Go File>Export, save report, and paste it into your next post.

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