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Originally Posted by NexusRed View Post

It's not malware, adware, bad overclock or anything like that. It's task manager. It always spikes when you open it. Press ctrl+shift+esc and you'll see it spike up, then go down.

Source: I'm an I.T. Technical Support. 2 yrs, A+, N+, Studying MCSA Windows 8.

Oh got a quick question if your studying mcsa windows 8, im 15 and my school recently introduced this microsoft IT academy thing
theres 5 routes on the sheet I got and mcsa is the client route

Do you like the course? Im thinking of doing that one or development route which is like scripting/programming developing windows apps like the ones on the windows store etc...
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Originally Posted by sQuetos View Post

Oh got a quick question if your studying mcsa windows 8, im 15 and my school recently introduced this microsoft IT academy thing
theres 5 routes on the sheet I got and mcsa is the client route

Do you like the course? Im thinking of doing that one or development route which is like scripting/programming developing windows apps like the ones on the windows store etc...

My advise to you is don't worry about all that now. Your only 15. If your gun ho on becoming a tech, do as many I.T. related courses in high school. Then go off to college for an I.T. diploma. Graduate, then land yourself a nice entry level job. Once you've done all that, worry about what certs to get. That's what I did lol
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