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Is There A Way To Take Snap-shot Of My Task Manager?


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#1 yorocco7

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 12:57 PM

Is there a way to post the active processes from the task manager on this forum. I was thinking it might be helpful to post what shows up in my task manager when I boot up in order to look for problems. I was thinking it might be like posting a highjackthis list. Any ideas?
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Posted 25 April 2007 - 01:54 PM

You could hit print screen (PrtSc), paste it into an editing program then either link to it or display it in a link here in the forums.

You can find some free screen capture programs HERE (scroll down to "Screen Capture Applications"). You can use one of them in place of hitting print screen and then pasting it into another editing program.

Alternately, if you'd like to search for yourself to see what the programs are that are running in your background, you can search HERE which is a startup list located on this forum.

Of course, if you have questions, you could always post about certain items listed in your startup or task manager, and some one will try to help you! Feel free to ask any questions! :thumbsup:

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 02:39 PM

I get my process list with this line in PowerShell:
get-process | format-table name, id, cpu, ws -autosize | out-file documents\processes.txt
Probabaly should be put inside [code=auto:0] tags to keep the formatting.
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