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Old 05-07-2021, 03:40 PM   #1
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New features come in and I don't notice them until later. Here are some latest discoveries.

Task Manage lets me look over a list of startups and turn some off.

The clipboard holds multiple items, but the feature has to be enabled. You access it with winkey-v

   
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How/where does task manager allow users to control startups? I suspect that I have a lot of things running in the background that I don't need or want, but I have never known how to find them and kill them off.
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Open task manager and look. It's right on the top menu.

   
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Thanks.

Today is not a complete loss -- I learned something.
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