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how can i find out what automated procedures are scheduled to run on my computer Read More
kylejohns Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
how can i find out what automated procedures are scheduled to run on my computer
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Go to start,
Run or search for vista
type
msconfig
enter
go to startup,:thumbsup:
#2
thanks and are they all the automated procedures scheduled to run on my computer i meen are there more some where else as i have to say how to get to and see what automated procedures are runnning on a computer so that that a company can follow my instructions and see what is runnign automatically its not for a real company its for a it essentials ocr test thing im doing
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kylejohns
thanks and are they all the automated procedures scheduled to run on my computer i meen are there more some where else as i have to say how to get to and see what automated procedures are runnning on a computer so that that a company can follow my instructions and see what is runnign automatically its not for a real company its for a it essentials ocr test thing im doing


Sorry couldnt tell you for definite but if you go to the services tab and also tick " hide microsoft services" you can see what is running at the moment but as for something that may be scheduled to run at other times i really dont know,
#4
ok thanks for your help ill just put what u suggest at first then see what my teacher says on thursday thanks ive repped for your help
#5
You could always check one of the specialist forums: [url]www.whatthetech.com[/url] for instance
#6
Sounds like your talking about "Task Scheduler" which you can access via Administitive Tools.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308569
#7
thanks gusy for all you help and i put it as being the task scheduler like u said phearfactor so thanks you helped me out alot

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