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I HAVE A THINK PAD TYPE 1849-ADV SERIAL #LVP 5556 06 02. I HAVE SOFTWARE TO SEND EMBROIDERY DESIGNS TO A EMBROIDERY MACHINE. I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN ABLE TO DO THIS UNTIL JUST RECENTLY. THE TECH SUPPORT FOR THIS SOFTWARE THINKS THERE ARE TOO MANY PROCESSES RUNNING UNDER TASK MANAGERS. CAN I SAFTELY DELETE SOME OF THESE PROCESSES?

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Sure if they told that multiple processes is the reason press cntrol+alt+delete keys to open task manager go to processes press right key on the process you wish to end and then left click on the end process tree. This will close the unwanted application.

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