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Hide gui from Task Manager

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I would like to know how to hide the GUI from the task manager. I want to do this to avoid user confusion; So the user doesn't close out of it accidentally.

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I would like to know how to hide the GUI from the task manager. I want to do this to avoid user confusion; So the user doesn't close out of it accidentally.

That could be disasterous in the wrong hands so there is little hope of getting a working reply. There is however much hope of this thread being locked.

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If you don't want someone to close it accidentally just have a message box come up when they open task manager. No one is going to tell you how to hide a gui from task manager, so its probably the best you can do.


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Well, all right I guess. I'll think of something.

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or you can bring up a window that asks if the user really wants to close the application, and probably say: "because if you do, your computer could explode and we won't be liable for any damage...JOKE! but we're serious!"


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