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The problem: You have too many things installed, and one
of them is hogging the memory or the cpu or the web. You
don't remember installing it, but maybe you did.
The solution: Before starting, but after the OS is up, any
process AND service AS IT IS BEING started pops up a
box telling you the process name, and
information from the PSW user community about its origin
how it was installed, and what it is used for. A
donateware version gives you also an expert analysis of all
Like process viewer, it can also show the processes already
up, and explain them.
It downloads the latest information to its list at update
hours. The expert edition can also be used to eliminate
viruses. Since it will be open source, simple, and publicly
protected against viruses, it will be very safe to use.
Windows version first, for the largest of PC user groups.
MS to buy the idea (from HB, hereby the owner of this
idea) and make an official and flawless version that will
crash their next system during the demo.
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||"Warning: The 'Process Start Warning Box' process is
being requested. Do you want to allow it to
proceed? Click 'OK' to allow or 'Deny' to reboot your
||Warning: The Warning: The 'Process Start Warning
Box' process is being requested' Warning Box process is
||I use git. How does it help? I don't git it...
||// I was just calling [8th] a git //
||Sp. "gits". The Borg are plural.
||It's more of an insult if you refer to it as singular.
||//invitation for nasty remarks...