Solved Entries for .NET framework in Task Scheduler

April 23, 2017 at 12:41:44
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Why are entries for .NET framework in Task Scheduler?

Four are listed. Two are Ready and the other two are Disabled.
It is possible that I disabled those two myself, as a side effect of
disabling something else, but more likely they were disabled by
Windows. They last ran the day I installed Windows. The two
which are Ready (and ran earlier today) have no info explaining
them. The two disabled entries say only that they are triggered
when the computer is idle.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

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April 23, 2017 at 13:47:05
My Windows 10 has the same entries and I've never touched them.

I read somewhere that they are in task scheduler to run for optimization purposes.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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April 23, 2017 at 15:48:35
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My Win10 has no .NET entries. It was a clean install & I said NO to everything during the install process. After the 1st boot, I disabled & deleted as much possible. It's an HTPC that I use for running KODI & VLC Player. Other than those two programs, I installed the latest drivers, BitDefender Free, CCleaner, & Firefox, nothing else. My install has 18GB used space.

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