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1XConfig.exe - Process - Intel Wireless 8021XConfig Module
What is 1XConfig.exe process - Intel Wireless 8021XConfig Module? Process 1XConfig.exe is the 8021XConfig Module installed as part of the Intel wireless support. 1XConfig.exe process and program file info: CPU usage: 00% Memory usage: 1,632K Launching method: System Service Directory: C:\Program Fil...
2007-01-22, 8086👍, 0💬

Legitimate Processes vs. Malware Processes
How to tell if a process is legitimate? When you are looking at the process list on the Task Manager window, you may notice some strange processes that constantly or periodically takes some CPU usages. Then you need to spend some time to review this process to make sure that it is legitimate. You ca...
2007-01-21, 8042👍, 0💬

Processes with High CPU Usage Numbers
Why some processes have higher the CPU usage numbers? If you use Windows Task Manager to list all processes on your system as described in our List All Processes tutorial, you will see most processes will have 0 CPU usages. But some processes will have higher CPU usage numbers. A process with high C...
2007-01-21, 6062👍, 0💬

Listing All Processes on Your System
How to see all processes on your Window system? If you want see all programs that are currently running on your system, you can use Windows Task Manager as shown in the following tutorial: 2. Press <Ctrl>+<Alt>+<D el>keys together. Windows Security dialog box shows up. 2. Click the...
2007-01-21, 5827👍, 0💬

Processes on Windows System
What is a process on your Windows system? A process is an instance of a programm that is currently running on your Windows systems. For example, if you run MS Internet Explorer, an instance of MS Internet Explorer will be loaded into the central process unit (CPU) and start to run. This running inst...
2007-01-21, 5582👍, 0💬

Terminating Programs That Are not Responding to Any User Inputs
How to terminate a program that does not respond to its interface? Sometimes applications may encounter bad situations which they are not capable to handle properly, and end up in a jammed status - not responding to any user inputs. You can not even close them through the normal Close buttons or com...
2007-01-01, 8584👍, 0💬

Using Windows Task Manager to Monitor Running Programs
How to review running programs with Windows Task Manager? On your Windows system, there are two categories running programs: Applications - Programs that are launched by yourself manually. Processes - Programs that are launched by the system as background services and as start up programs. If you wa...
2007-01-01, 6596👍, 0💬

Creating, Deleting and Managing Windows Services - 12 Tutorials
A collection of 12 tutorials on creating, deleting and managing Windows services: What is a Windows service; What is Services Management Console; How to start and stop a service manually; How to disable a wervice; How to create a new service; How to delete a service; How to export existing services ...
2007-01-01, 10387👍, 0💬

Starting and Stopping Services with sc.exe Command
How to use sc.exe command to start and stop an existing service? If you want to start or stop a service, you you can use the "start" or "stop" commanded offered by the sc.exe tool as shown in this tutorial. Run sc.exe in a command window and do the following: C:\>sc query dnscache SERVICE_NAME: dnsc...
2007-01-01, 9560👍, 0💬

Deleting Existing Services with sc.exe Command
How to use sc.exe command to delete an existing service? If you want to delete a service created by yourself, or by a third party application, you can use the "delete" commanded offered by the sc.exe tool as shown in this tutorial. Run sc.exe in a command window and do the following: C:\>sc delete C...
2007-01-01, 10664👍, 0💬

Creating New Services with sc.exe Command
How to use sc.exe command to create a new service? If you want to create a new service, you can use the "create" commanded offered by the sc.exe tool. Before running this command, you need to prepre the following minimum information: Service Name: A single work to name the new service. Binary Path: ...
2007-01-01, 16514👍, 0💬

Querying Exsiting Windows Services with sc.exe Command
How to use sc.exe command to query existing services? If you want to query existing services, you can use the "query" commanded offered by the sc.exe tool. This tutorial shows how to use the "query" command. Run sc.exe in a command window and do the following: C:\>sc query themes SERVICE_NAME: theme...
2007-01-01, 7470👍, 0💬

Starting sc.exe Command to Manage Windows Services
How to start sc.exe command to create, delete and manage Windows services? sc.exe is a command line tool that allows you to create, delete and manage Windows services. sc.exe is installed as part of the Windows Resource Kit. You can start sc.exe by following this tutorial. 1. Click Start > Run and e...
2007-01-01, 8693👍, 0💬

Exporting Windows Services to Text Files
How to export Windows services to a text file? If you want to export services that are currently configured on your system to a CSV text file as a reference, you can following this tutorial. 1. Click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools. 2. Double click "Services". Services Management Consol...
2007-01-01, 13216👍, 0💬

Starting Services Management Console Quickly
How to start services management console quickly? Services Management Console is the interface to manage services on your Windows XP system. There are 3 ways to start the Services Management Console: 1. The quickest way to start Services Management Console is to click Start > Run and enter "services...
2007-01-01, 6295👍, 0💬

Windows XP Services Management Console
What is Windows XP Services Management Console? Windows XP Services Management Console is a system administration interface that allows you to start, stop, and change configuration on services defined on your computer. To access Windows XP Services Management Console, you can follow this tutorial. 1...
2006-12-25, 20111👍, 0💬

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