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Recently I decided to start using something to manage my tasks. At first when I googled few names that I had heard, I was excited hoping that there are too many options to choose from. Unfortunately most of these products seem half baked to me. My requirements are pretty simple, 1. Create multiple projects. 2. Create tasks/subtasks and track time. 3. Be able to overview completed tasks at a glance and see their time, and to be able to view everyday tasks as a group. 4. Android app where I can overview the tasks, don't have to be fully featured …

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Hey guys, I tried joining a game of SC2 and that with my music play and my Ubuntu-box going, I guess it was a perfect storm as my computer just died. Upon regaining the helm, I went to command prompt and noticed it is much different. I cant describe it in words so I have a picture attached. I can't see my processor performance or memory usage. I also have to close it by right clicking the button on the taskbar. No close buttons, no nothing. Ideas how to fix this? I have my Windows disk in case. Thanks!

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hi everyone, i dont no much about vb.net ....i am php developer i have just developed a mini application in vb.net i wanted to know how to hide our application from appearing in task manager....help me guys with some code

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I can easily hide my form with the event KeyDown, but only by pressing ONE key, and I wanna hide it by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+O, for example. And the biggest problem is when I wanna restore it, because I have to go to the Task Manager, make the aplication has the focus and then press SHIFT. What can I do?

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Good day all! Recently I have started working for a law firm of considerable size (as ICT support). Since helping out users is a big part of my daily work, and I do have lots of other things to do, I would like things to run as efficiently as possible. (Plus, the initiative shown by this can't hurt) We have everything from remote desktops, to deployment servers, and what not all. We however often run into basic problems that can be solved real fast by some basic taskmanager stuff. You know, kill one task, start another, maybe another, done. I …

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