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Windows 7: How to make TaskManager tie with Ctrl+Alt+Del

20 Nov 2008   #11
doubleblack

Windows 7 x86
 
 

I'm sorry but I just told you how to do that, CTRL+SHIFT+ESC will bring up Task Manager automatically. It's impossible to make anything else come up with CTRL+ALT+DEL, otherwise it would be an EXTREME security risk on your machine. CTRL+SHIFT+ESC does EXACTLY what you're looking for!


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20 Nov 2008   #12
dmex

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by doubleblack View Post
I'm sorry but I just told you how to do that, CTRL+SHIFT+ESC will bring up Task Manager automatically. It's impossible to make anything else come up with CTRL+ALT+DEL, otherwise it would be an EXTREME security risk on your machine. CTRL+SHIFT+ESC does EXACTLY what you're looking for!
Doubleblack is correct
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20 Nov 2008   #13
z3r010

 

I cant believe I didnt know (or I have forgot) CTRL+SHIFT+ESC

Thanks
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20 Nov 2008   #14
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Well that's something I didn't know about but i glad that I do now, thanks Guys.

You learn something new every day!
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20 Nov 2008   #15
davehc
Microsoft MVP

Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
 
 

? I think Anthony gave you the 7 way
Later. Sorry Doubleblack. This wasn't pointed at your last post, I wrote too hastily without reading page 2.of the posts!
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21 Feb 2010   #16
Mycatisbigfoot

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

just right click the super bar then click start manager, I do this as I have no delete key. Stupid mac lol,
I'm never buying a mac agane
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