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Good day. I have a certain running application called "msmsgs.exe" in my Task Manager/Process. I checked and found that it's got to do with MSN Messenger which I am not using. How do I get rid of his active running process? Also, I try to get rid of unimportant stuff in MSCONFIG so as to have a faster boot up process. Apart from my Norton AV and Zonealarm Firewall, I have 2 others, namely HKCMD.EXE, located in C/Windows/System 32 and is identified as"installed with media devices. Used for configuration & diagnosis and IGFXTRAY.EXE, located in C/Windows/System 32 and is identified as "installed with Intel Motherboard Software to control Intel Graphics Hardware". Are these 2 necessary to be in my startup process? Can I unchecked these 2 for a even quicker boot up? Thanks in advance.