graphical view of running services

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  1. LogicMan

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    is there a way I can see which services are currently running on the mac and enable-disable them?
     
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    .. moving to System & Misc software.
     
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    If I understand what you are asking for, you can do all this from the terminal window.
    Terminal is located in applications/utilities

    in the terminal window type (ignore the "") either
    "top"
    to see a general list of all process running on your system

    OR

    "top -u"
    to see a list of all process running by their CPU usage

    BTW: when viewing processes via top, you can type the letter q to stop top and return to the command line


    After you have done this, you can stop a process by issuing the kill command. Although, I would advise that you learn more about Unix before messing around with Kill

    David
     
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    ProcessViewer in the utils folder
    select one and use kill from the menu
    be carefull what you kill
     

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