Ok all, what is it supposed to do? I tried it and it showed
me one process that was running but no other processes.
On 7/17/2020 1:16 PM, JM Casey wrote:
ctrl-shift-escape since switching from XP to Windows 10 at
home (!). not sure how old the keystroke is but when I
replaced Task manager with Process Explorer, the keystroke
invoked that as well.
I have been using
windows since it’s beginnings and never heard of control
shift ane escape. I’ve always used alt control delete.
Thanks for the alternative method.
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