Windows 7 Services - "Net.Pipe Listener Adapter - SMSvcHost.exe" Service on Windows 7

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trevor wrote on 2015-08-28...
Is this part of what regularly locks my computer for several minutes at a time and does not tell me what it is doing? What is it with Microsoft - for years we had the floppy drive chattering away for 20 seconds looking for a disk that had not been inserted and nobody thought that was a problem. Now it is the internet age and stuff downloads on our machines and there is still no damn way of knowing what, but it is ok to lock up up our computers.
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