Weekend Open Forum: How many processes are running right now?

By Matthew
Aug 12, 2011
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  1. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 10,393   +828

    Agreed! This topic is almost as boring as reading your post. Now I'm depressed too.
  2. thewind

    thewind Newcomer, in training Posts: 65

    do some of you guys realize that having more tabs open does not affect the amount of process running? I am running 100 right now. I think a bunch is from the applications that are on my G19 keyboard! I love this thing! I can watch youtube videos on my keyboard!
  3. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 10,393   +828

    Well, I certainly do. This I mentioned in post #49.

    When you said "keyboard", at first I thought you meant a musical instrument. If pianos had video screens, nobody would ever practice.
  4. arkantos

    arkantos TechSpot Member Posts: 51

    Processes 29 - i try to terminate some, it still annoys me to see those unwanted background processes.
  5. i have 37 just ........................37
  6. spydercanopus

    spydercanopus TechSpot Guru Posts: 802   +87

    Chrome creates a new process for each tab.
  7. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 6,034   +70

    97 for me. But I am on a notebook, which have some of annoying drivers running all the time e.g. touch pad, some HP cloud **** (which I usually terminate) + LS + FPR + IRS and Two sets of Graphic drivers i.e. Intel HD + ATI Catalyst etc. Also I noted that FF plug-in container now creates separate process.

    Just in case here is the picture as well :p

    http://www.techspot.com/gallery/member-galleries/p4408-wof-aug-13.html
  8. wardogz

    wardogz Newcomer, in training

    60 with chrome open, but I also have rainmeter, rocketdock and MSI Afterburner running constantly, unlike the 'old' days, this has no effect on my system whatsover.
  9. 97 and using 1.42GB/3.00GB of RAM
  10. MIXEDD

    MIXEDD Newcomer, in training Posts: 67

  11. jonelsorel

    jonelsorel Newcomer, in training Posts: 72

    No sh!t, win 95? Care to mention what those 23 are?
     
  12. coolazeem

    coolazeem Newcomer, in training Posts: 21

    45 processes right now...but never pay attention to them nowadays
  13. aspleme

    aspleme TechSpot Member Posts: 51

    67, which would have driven me crazy back when I was on XP with 2 gigs of DDR memory. With 8 gigs of DDR 3... doesn't phase my system and I'm only using about 1 gig of what I've got. I still want to knock down some of the useless processes, but I haven't bothered to check them since they don't really bog down the system.
  14. 70 Processes
  15. yowanvista

    yowanvista Newcomer, in training Posts: 82

    48 atm
    I hate useless things using CPU time
  16. H3llion

    H3llion TechSpot Paladin Posts: 949   +97

    48 with iTunes nad Firefox loaded, 1.11GB vram.
  17. BMfan

    BMfan TechSpot Guru Posts: 470   +47

    Average about 35
  18. colinf

    colinf Newcomer, in training Posts: 43   +7

    65

    i could kill a few if it bothered me, keyboard/mouse/phone software, but im not on xp anymore so why bother
     
  19. About 48 & i never pay attention to it.
  20. spikester48661

    spikester48661 TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 103

    26 runing and alls well :)
  21. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,470   +299

    Well if I turn everything I want to you off (I have an Asus Crosshair IV, It comes with alot of start up options!) then I can get as low as 52, but with Firefox open and all the rest of the stuff I use it sits around 64 Proccesses :)
  22. TomSEA

    TomSEA TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,319   +370

    Damn good weekend question. I'm running 57 right now. And I know I can shut down quite a few of those. In fact...leave me alone, I'm working on this. :)
  23. 101 now (2 Firefox and 1 Opera)
  24. Benny26

    Benny26 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,573   +47

    57 at the moment. I go to about 75 on a busy day.
  25. Kralnor

    Kralnor Newcomer, in training Posts: 36

    92 right now with 25 of those processes belonging to Chrome.


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