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When I press Ctrl/Alt/Delete, What are all those running programs for, such as Ptsnoop.exe?
One version of Ptsnoop.exe was a ‘backdoor Trojan’ program that is malicious. Use a good anti-virus to find out. Another version of Ptsnoop.exe was used by older Modems, or possibly your existing modem and may be required. Again, run a complete virus scan with an up-to-date virus detection program as they all have the ability to remove the bead one.  Another way to view running programs is to use ‘MSConfig’ utility (Start/Run/Msconfig) in Windows and click on the ‘Startup’ tab to view the list of auto-loading programs. Most of us have no idea what they are for, so here are to links to help you find out.   www.answersthatwork.com (click on the ‘Task List’ button) and www.pacs-portal.co.uk (click on the ‘Startup Tips’ button). DO NOT remove or disable any programs unless you are sure you know what you are doing.
Here is very good information for each startup program. Currently 4536 programs information are stored in the database.   http://www.windowsstartup.com/wso/search.php


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