Re: Two "iexplore.exe" process running
"IFLATLINEI" <IFLATLINEI.email@example.com> wrote in
> Ahhh yes!!! VISTAHEADS Your Friendly Windows Vista Community Ahem
> except for smart ass Dan.
Odd, I don't remember posting there. Ah, so it's another of those sites that
steals content from the MS news servers and pretends it's forum content.
Figures that you'd have to use a web based front end to read usenet.
> This guy had the nerve to ask whether the OP read the Readme. LMAO No
> one reads those things. Especially ones with many computers with many
> different programs and a Life. If theres a problem then maybe.
So if you don't understand something, you flail around like an idiot then. I
guess the FLATLINE in your nick refers to your brain activity then.
> But I loved this comment: "Do you normally install new
> software and then start killing processes without doing any research
It's a valid question. Killing processes is the very last thing to do in an
operating system if you don't know what you're doing. "Hmm, what's LSASS, I
think I'll kill it <click>", great move dumbass.
> Yeah cuz thats what people do. We install programs and then go and kill
> processes. Moron! The OP was just experimenting. Its not like there was
> any serious danger. Except from maybe Dan because hes so Superior. He
> reads all the readmes and always knows what to do. He will also try and
> make you out to be a fool if you dont. Good job Dan! You Loser!
If something doesn't look right, yes I check the readme's. I also search
Google (which had thousands of posts about multiple processes in IE8,
including those from the IE8 dev blog), and various other places, until I
find out what I need to know.
As to "serious danger", no you won't electrocute yourself closing processes,
or lose a limb. But you can corrupt various parts of IE, depending on what
the process is doing at the time. Losing all the cookies for instance,
that's a common thing I'm seeing with process destruction at the wrong time.
If a process is writing to a file (for instance updating the registry)
killing it at the wrong moment can result in a dead OS. And having someone
who can't even be bothered to do a little research first start killing
processes is why people end up having to take their PCs back to the store
they bought them from for an OS reinstall. I suppose I should be grateful
though, as I get to charge people for fixing their PCs when they do stupid
things like that.
> Yes I am a troll. Why? Because I would never come back here again. So
> as far as this site is concerned a Troll I am.
Don't let the door hit your ass on the way out. I realise you probably won't
read this, but as least the additional information might help other users
make an informed decision if they stumble across this post.