Why is my task manager disabled in windows xp?

Answer Task Manager allows users to monitor and manipulate programs running on Windows XP. If Task Manager becomes disabled without your doing, there is something wrong with your system, and it may have c... Read More »

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How to Enable Windows Task Manager when Disabled by a Malware?

Disabling Task Manager is one way viruses try to make it harder for you to deal with their infections. Before proceeding any further, you should run a complete and up-to-date anti-virus scan of you... Read More »

Why is my task manager disabled?

The Window Task Manager is an application that allows you to monitor and kill open applications and running processes. The Task Manager also gives you access to system load statistics and basic net... Read More »

Task Manager disabled by admin(win 7)?

Yeah, sounds like a virus or malware changed the registry. If you are getting Norton 2013, run that and see if it fixes the problem. You might also try Malwarebytes, just don't run them at the same... Read More »

On my computer when i do control + alt + del its says task manager has been disabled by your administrater?

Note. You need windows XP, i don't know if it would work on vista.ask the admin to unblock it, if you want to get in and change his/her password (and you know they'll allow it), make sure you have ... Read More »