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    Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    Quick question... What is the Windows XP's equivalent to Top? You know... the program that shows all running processes. It used to come up with Ctrl-Alt-Del, but not anymore, and I can't find it anywhere in the XP system, so I need to know what is the executable called.

    A trivial question, maybe... but I'm a Windows n00b... :P

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    On the bottem taskbar just right click and click on "task manager"

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    Hey, thanks!

    I still wonder why Ctrl-Alt-Del suddenly stopped working, though... But it's not my computer, so I don't exactly know what's happened.

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    You can solve that very easily.

    1. Go to your favorite Slackware mirror.
    2. Download Slackware 9.1.
    3. Install
    4. Enjoy

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    Trickster, you gave me false advice. You know, it made me very upset. In your post, you must substitute "Slackware" with "Debian".

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    Debian??? Debian????

    Isn't Debian=Win95?

    :P

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    Libranet is pretty damn good, so I must say that Deb cant be any worse. Just need the right apt ropesitories I guess.

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    [quote author=trickster link=board=25;threadid=8189;start=0#msg74482 date=1069766908]
    You can solve that very easily.

    1. Go to your favorite Slackware mirror.
    2. Download Slackware 9.1.
    3. Install
    4. Enjoy
    [/quote]

    I'd have to agree with you there..though i never really used slackware 9.1, i started using gentoo before it came out..9.0 however, i remember rocked.

    and as far as the ctrl+alt+delete goes, the little blue manual that comes with winxp says that some things only happen on a workgroup, or a computer that isnt networked, and some things only happen when your computer is part of a domain. i cant remember which is which, but they are just weird like that.


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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    [quote author=trickster link=board=25;threadid=8189;start=0#msg74545 date=1069960684]
    Debian??? Debian????

    Isn't Debian=Win95?

    :P
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    why yes - if win95 gets fdisked out of existence and debian is installed.

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    Re:Windows XP equivalent to Top?

    Last time I checked, Debian is the most updated of any distro unless you are running LFS and all you do the whole day is updating packages instead of using it; that's if you run unstable brunch.

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