> From: Bruce Johnson <johnson@phar...>
> Fire up Activity Monitor, and in the Activity Monitor window, find
> and halt a process called iTunes Helper, this is an 'invisible' app
> that is in the Startup Items, and causes this problem.
Under the View menu in Activity Monitor is an item called Quit
process, this quits the monitoring of the process or the process
itself? Why is this under the View menu? And for anyone who does not
use iTunes (I know I don't know what I am missing!) is it ok to turn
it off permanently and how do you do that and can it be turned back
on at will? Or is it too complicated to get into the startup items
and invisible files. Or does one need to be booted from outside the
volume it is on? Would this be "futzing" too much?
I notice that "invisible" is not on the command-f find file list of
properties, I thought it was in older OSs? Also when getting info on
this startup there is a permanent "Fetching" (and "Calculating Size")
but no getting there.
I love starting my day with the G-List and some conundrums...