I would love to know why they have changed it?For years we have been pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to get to the Windows task manager, and then Windows Vista comes out and changes it.. If you have Windows Vista and you try pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to open the task manager, it will not come up straight away. It will be log you out first and then you will be given a menu of choices. Of course you can choose to open the windows vista task manger from there, however why go to all that trouble. In Windows XP it was easy to get to the task manger by just pressing Ctrl Alt and Delete keys on the keyboard. You would be taken straight to the task manager, and not logged out to get there. If you have Windows Vista you can now press Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys to get directly to task manager. Now how long is it going to take to remember that one... I have tried to remember it but it just won't stick. Why in windows vista do you get logged out when you press Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys.. when in reality you can press the WINKEY and the L key to log out.
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