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running in the background (the program is not enabled, running in the background and is visible in Task Manager) when the computer starts I immediately 208k, and so no change - it can not be turned off in ustawnieniach change or turn off all of the program.

There is constant system crashes and difficult, and longer works, if one could change, fix it at the earliest aktuazlizacji that was very good.

RAM max. 50k

Option to turn off program running in the background.

Control of computer system resources by the program and the program of work in the background and functioning normally.

When you come EAM 7


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It look like your using a non-English version of Windows, so please try to bear with me, as I am only familiar with the English versions.

If you want to turn off the service that is running in the background, first you need to right-click on the Emsisoft System Tray icon and select Shut down guard from the menu. After that, hold down the Windows key on your keyboard (it's usually between the Ctrl and Alt keys) and then tap the R key to open the Run dialog. Type services.msc into the Run dialog, and then click OK to continue. Scroll down in the list until you find Emsisoft Anti-Malware 6.0 - Service and right-click on it, then select Stop from the menu. This will shut down the a2service.exe that you are seeing in your task manager, and you can restart it the same way and then launch the Emsisoft Anti-Malware Guard from the Start Menu to get the System Tray icon back.

Please note that the Emsisoft Anti-Malware 6.0 - Service that you'll find in the list of services, and which you will find running as a process named a2service.exe, is the part of Emsisoft Anti-Malware that does all of the work in the background, and that is why it tends to use more memory. When this service is not running, Emsisoft Anti-Malware will not be able to do anything (protect your computer, scan your computer, etc) so we normally recommend that you don't stop it or change its startup type unless you have no other choice, or unless we ask you to as part of debugging steps to determine the cause of a problem.

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