PID: stop-process [-Id] [-Force] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ ] Name: stop-process -Name <string> [-Force] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ ] Arguments Information about the arguments can be found on Microsoft Technet
In this learning path I will go into all of the options the Command Prompt has to offer. I know it looks like DOS has returned to life but it has a lot of great options and can be incredibly powerful when used correctly. In this part I will learn you how to check your drive for error’s (and fix them) and we will also loot at the format options the Command Prompt has to offer.
Many users sometimes find some weird processes in their task manager and one of those is Client Server Runtime Process. Csrss.exe is one of the so called system processes this means it’s one of the processes which makes Windows work like it does.
TrustedInstaller is a built-in user in Windows 8 and earlier versions. TrustedInstaller owns a variety of system files, including the Windows folder, some Program Files folder and if it exists the Windows.old folder. But what does it actually do?
So you boot your system and think, damn thats is taking forever, we all know the feeling (except for people with a nice SSD). But what is causing this? Except from what people always yell: “You have too much stuff on your system” it’s actually because Windows does a lot of things before it actually really boots. In this article I will try to explain what it does, and why it does that.