Re: IE 7 Process elevated priority, AboveNormal
Windows version (e.g., WinXP SP3; Vista SP1)?
> I noticed that some process was consuming much CPU, but I couldn't get
> Manager to run to see which one it was.
> After several minutes, the CPU hog finally lightened up, and Task Manager
> was able to display.
> I found that the hog was IE 7. That's OK.
> What is not OK is that IE's priority was AboveNormal. I didn't set it.
> Has anyone seen this?
> (And since when is it OK to have some random process able to block
> CTRL-ALT-DEL? When you buy a new computer, make sure it has a Boot
> so you don't have to cycle power when some application goes berserk.)
> Regards, Bob