Background Processes

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    JohnHerbster

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    Since about 35 years ago, the number of running background processes in each of our our computers has been doubling about every 5 years. At this rate, they will be at a billion in about 2125. I cannot believe that all those background processes are going to let an individual have control over all of them.
    Even today, with only 170+ processes, I suspect that some of them are, like the dark state, working against me.
    Has anyone studied and cataloged today’s Windows-10 background processes?
     
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    Wolfie, Thanks for link to existing thread on same subject.
    I did try a search for the subject before posting.
    Can I move my post over and cancel it here? --JohnH
     
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    Hi john,

    just mark this one as solved and it will close it. I am not sure what you mean by moving it and cancelling it though?.

    Did the link help you at all?. :):):)
     
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    I think(?) I understand. No donøt close it. It is your intention to move it to Microsoft answers - Correct?

    Stay her, you will get better response. Ms answers is lacking in many respects. - As you can see , already, from the link..
     
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