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Re: [list] Re: [NTO] Win2K

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  • Larry Hamilton
    Ed, Close all open programs in this case means all the ones that present a window on the screen. Larry
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 6, 2003
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      Ed,

      Close all open programs in this case means all the ones that present a
      window on the screen.

      Larry

      Ed Brown wrote:
      > Larry etal,
      > I know every little about the internal workings of computers. Especially
      > Windows 2000.
      > It seems to me that some of these processes should not be running and I
      > should be able to call the program up through Start Programs etc.whenever
      > I want to run a particular process, but then I am not sure of anything
      > with this yet. I guess I need to find Win2K for Idiots and see what I
      > can find out. I do not know if a process equates to a program, of course
      > I know some system files must be running. But when I get a message while
      > trying to install a new program and it says close all running programs, I
      > am not sure if that means processes or not. I am not sure of the
      > difference, if any, between processes and programs.
      > Thanks for your reply.
      > Ed
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