What processes to stop?

Hello

I am attaching here the current list of processes running.
I would like to know which ones I can shut down safely while gaming.
It seems some processes are conflicting with GSC http://getgsc.com

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Hi,

There are many things you can shut down, here are a few that I’m sure about:

AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
cmd.exe
GoogleUpdate.exe
iPodService.exe
iTunesHelper.exe
jusched.exe
jqs.exe


And what is

ExeFile.exe
FSL_Launcher.exe
GSClient.exe
iviRegMgr.exe
LSSrvc.exe
mDNSResponder.exe
mozybackup.exe
MsMpEng.exe
PSFree.exe
Quickcam.exe
tasklist.exe
VistaStartMenu.exe
WhatPulse.exe
Ymsgr_tray.exe

Those things don’t look important to me, as I only have 11 or 12 processes running right now.


Also consider closing avast, a2, Threatfire, VEngine, McAfee SiteAdvisor.

All of those are programs I have on my computer.
Do you know of a way to stop a process for good?meaning that it doesn’t restart when I restart my computer?

I use this application. It is getting old now but still works well on XP.

John

Well, you shouldn’t kill the processes with Task Manager. They’ll start again. Better disable them by opening the applications and configure them. The method is unique for each application…

  1. O0 ;D

hi, the anVir task manager possibly will.

??? :-X :-\ :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :smiley: ;D

This topic is funny :). Try to disable as much as possible from them, and if something doesn’t work, put it back on ;D

“Learning by doing !”

Xan

LOL
Except that I am not interesting in screwing my comp.

Thanks for the Starter link.
I also like the anVir.Will try it :slight_smile:

About the anVir,I assume that when I suspend a process,it remains suspended until I decide to restart it.Or does it restart when I restart my computer?

If you suspend it you pause it I assume. You have to put it on : disabled if you don’t want it to start next time. I sujest however that you put it to ‘Manual’, then it will start only if it’s needed

Xan

autoruns is good at killing startup applications…

(Careful with it)…
Inbuilt windows applications you can use to stop “most” stuff from starting up are services.msc and msconfig…

Google them… =)

Hi, I just tried the suspend process, and it restarts on reboot. :slight_smile:

hi, the anVir task manager possibly will.
please note I said [b]possibly[/b] ;D

Seems only the pro version of anVir will block processes. hope this helps

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