1. Join Date : Jan 2016
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       12 Oct 2016 #1

    what is windows command processor? should i get rid of it.


    i show the windows command processor in my start up. is it necessary, should it be deleted in start up?
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  2.    12 Oct 2016 #2

    incredable1 said: View Post
    i show the windows command processor in my start up. is it necessary, should it be deleted in start up?
    That's your DOS box, correct? Yeah, move that icon to a directory of your choice, so that if ever you need it, you can find it.
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