In this article I will show you the steps of how to close and stop AVG in Windows Taskmanager. The process of using this task will help you know more about using tasks to monitor operations and keep any system clean. To accomplish this you will need a command word prompt and a couple of commands that will tell you which processes are running on your computer. Discussing get started!
First of all you will need to do is clear a demand prompt after which go into the "Administrative Tools" folder. Once inside this folder you will want to type the following lines of code in: dcomcnfg. exe /to complete /p "TaskName" &N
The "Task Name" is the name belonging to the process you are trying to keep an eye on. You will then desire to enter the "task id" in the process. This id will tell you how many threads the procedure has. To do this you will need to available a new activity with the manager. Go to the task manager and right click on the current process how to pause avast and after that select homes and then select "General" tabs. You will then have the ability to copy and paste the id of this current task that you have and after that paste that in the code that you just typed in.