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Enabling this policy prevents Windows from processing the contents of HKLM \Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce. Windows includes the policy as a security measure. If you re concerned that a virus or Trojan horse might use the RunOnce key to launch some malicious code on your system, enable the policy. Be aware, though, that many legitimate programs rely on this key to complete their setup routines.
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What Group Policy calls the legacy run list is the list of programs launched at startup via the registry keys HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. Like the policy described in the previous paragraph, this one appears to be included as a security measure. If you re concerned about the possibility that a rogue application might infiltrate your system via one of these registry keys, enable the policy. Be aware, though, that many legitimate programs rely on one of these registry keys for startup launch. If you decide to enable the policy, you will need to find another way to launch such programs.
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Windows Task Manager is a tool that serves two essential purposes. You can use it to track aspects of your system s performance, and you can use it to see what programs and processes are running and terminate items when the normal shutdown methods aren t working.
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For information about using Windows Task Manager to monitor system performance, see Monitoring Performance in Real Time, 21.
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The easiest way to run Windows Task Manager is by means of its keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Shift+Escape. Figure 4-6 shows the Applications tab and Processes tab of Windows Task Manager.
Managing Running Programs and Processes with Windows Task Manager
Figure 4-6 Windows Task Manager is useful for terminating recalcitrant applications and processes, as well as for monitoring system performance.
The Applications tab also includes a Status column. Most of the time, the entries in this list will read Running. If an application hangs or freezes for any reason, you will see the words Not Responding in this column instead. In that case, you can attempt to shut down the misbehaving program by selecting its entry and clicking End Task. Don t be too quick on the trigger, however; Not Responding doesn t necessarily mean that an application is irredeemably lost. If the program is using every bit of resources to handle a different task, it might simply be too busy to communicate with Windows Task Manager. Before you decide to end the program, give it a chance to finish whatever it s doing. How long should you wait That depends on the task. If the operation involves a large data file (performing a global search and replace in a large Microsoft Access database, for instance), it s appropriate to wait several minutes, especially if you can hear the hard disk chattering or see the disk activity light flickering. But if the task in question normally completes in a few seconds, you needn t wait more than a minute. The items listed on the Applications tab represent only a portion of the total number of programs and services running on a Windows computer at any given time. To see the entire list of running processes and gain access to a broader selection of tools for managing them, click the Processes tab.
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In Windows Task Manager, the Applications tab lists all running programs that have corresponding taskbar buttons. The entries you see here are approximately the same as the ones presented by the Windows Alt+Tab task switcher. Each entry in the Task column consists of descriptive text and not a program now, as is found on the Processes tab. This text is identical to the text displayed in the program s title bar.
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To nd out what process is associated with a given application, right-click the application on the Applications tab, and choose Go To Process from the shortcut menu.
Initially, the Processes tab lists programs and services that are directly accessible to the user. To see everything, including processes running under system accounts, click Show Processes From All Users. For each process, Windows Task Manager includes the following information by default: Image Name (the name of the process), user name (which user started the process), CPU (the percentage of the CPU s capacity that the process is currently using), Memory (Private Working Set) (the amount of memory the process requires to perform its regular functions), and Description, a text field identifying the process. If you need to shut down a process, select it and click End Process.
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