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    Can someone please suggest a Palm OS util that will tell me exactly which programs and/or processes are running on my 700p?

    Thanks!
    -Nick.
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    Check out SafeGuard, it might be what you are looking for. I have and think it is a very nice utility that is a "must have" type, but If I remember it is an expensive program.
    Last edited by MouseGlider; 02/01/2009 at 04:23 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theleetbeagle View Post
    Can someone please suggest a Palm OS util that will tell me exactly which programs and/or processes are running on my 700p?
    Everything is running all the time in PalmOS. This makes it difficult to diagnose some types of crashes.

    PalmInternals (freeware) can give you a flavour of what applications are being "notified" or have associated "alarms" (among other things). There is a huge thread on these forums on the use of PalmInternals.
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    What about utilities like CleanStart that claim to disable certain/all programs from starting when the Treo resets? Seems at least slightly accurate because the Treo boots faster and runs faster after "disabling" everything. Thanks. -Nick.
    Treo 300 (x2), 600 (x3), 650 (x6), 700p (ROM'd to 755p)
    My Custom Black-Tie 700p
    Sprint, 750 AT, Unl N/W @ 7pm, Unl Roaming/Power Vision/Pix/Txt/M2M, $46/mo.
    Lost Your Treo 300/600/650/680/700/750 CD? Download them here.
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    I don't know the details, but CleanStart probably prevents the disabled applications from being "notified" of a reboot, meaning, these apps will not go through the motions of initializing themselves (say, "registering" for certain events, or setting-up alarms) at device reset. That does not mean the applications themselves are disabled, as they are (probably) free to get other notifications.

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