csrss.exe Client Server Runtime Process

CSRSS.EXE (Client Server Runtime Process) is part of the user’s Win32 subsystem. Сsrss.exe is responsible for console applications, creating / deleting threads and for the 16-bit MS-DOS virtual environment.

When studying the running processes in the Windows 10, 8 and Windows 7 task manager, you may have a question: what is the csrss.exe (Client Server Runtime Process), especially if it loads the processor, which sometimes happens.

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ctfmon.exe CTF Loader

Ctfmon.exe (CTF Loader) – is a program file in Microsoft Office and its remains running in the system tray after Office is closed. This item locate in folder “System32

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how to use dynamic lock in windows 10

Lock your Windows 10 PC automatically when you step away from it

If you forget to lock your PC or tablet when you step away, Windows Hello can use a phone that’s paired with your device to automatically lock it shortly after you’re out of Bluetooth range. To set things up, you’ll need to use Bluetooth to pair your phone with your PC and select the check box under Dynamic lock.

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make a donation with microsoft rewards points

Make a donation with your Microsoft Rewards points

Did you know you can use your Microsoft Rewards points to make charitable donations? You’ll find different donation opportunities on the Redeem page. Once your donation is processed (in compliance with the Microsoft Services Agreement), Microsoft will make at least a quarterly donation on your behalf to the non-profit organization you’ve selected.

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what’s new in calculator in windows 10

Calculator in Windows 10

What’s new

The Calculator app for Windows 10 is a touch-friendly version of the desktop calculator in previous versions of Windows, and works on both mobile and desktop devices.
You can open multiple calculators at the same time in resizable windows on the desktop and switch between Standard, Scientific, Programmer, Date calculation, and Converter modes.

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why has my xbox live account been suspended or banned

Learn why your account was banned or suspended from Xbox Live

If you did something that violates the Microsoft Services Agreement, your account may have been suspended by the Xbox Live Policy & Enforcement Team. To view your account’s enforcement history and learn more about Xbox Live suspension policies, sign in to enforcement.xbox.com. For more info, see Microsoft’s Code of Conduct Explained for Xbox Live Customers.

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how to connect to continuum for phones

Fix display issues with Continuum for phones

If you’re not seeing anything on the connected TV or monitor:
1-Check that all the cables you’re using are plugged in.
2-Make sure your dock or adapter is connected to the correct HDMI port (there may be more than one).
3-Review the setup instructions to be sure you didn’t miss a step.
If the picture isn’t looking right on-screen:

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copying music and videos to your phone

To listen or watch when you’re offline:
Connect your phone to your PC with a cable. Then use File Explorer to copy the music and video files to your phone.
On your phone:
After they’ve been copied, your songs will be in the Groove app and videos will be in the Movies & TV app.
To conserve phone storage:

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set up and use kid’s corner in windows 10 mobile

Kid’s Corner is a place on your Windows 10 phone where your child can play with games, apps, music, and videos that you add there.
On Start  , swipe over to the App list, select Settings  > Accounts > Kid’s Corner, and then select Next.
Select Games, Music, Videos, or Apps, choose the items you want, and then select Done.

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