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Fix problems with Windows task manager

When you trying to open Windows task manager by pressing ctrl+alt+del keys simultaneously, for example, in order to end a process (some times very necessary), if you got an error message as ‘Task manager has been disabled by your administrator’ or ‘Task manager not working’, here is a simple freeware tool to fix the problem automatically.

The problem with task manager mainly happens because of spywrae or Trojans activities. You can fix this problem by editing some registry settings. But editing the registry is not easy and a bit risky for a normal user. Task Manager Fix is a handy windows system recovery tool to remove task manager restrictions and effective solution to the problem ‘Task Manager not working’.

Task Manager Fix is extremely simple to use, just run click on ‘Fix task manager’ button to fix the problem The freeware tool is clean and weigh 76 Kb in size.


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