Logon Screen -Disable Programs running notification Tags: Configuration Windows XP Last response: June 9, 2011 12:16 PM in Windows XP Share chronicdreamz June 8, 2011 8:20:06 PM Hey, I was wondering if it is possible to disable the message under the users name that notifies you how many programs you have running. Thanks. More about : logon screen disable programs running notification tigsounds June 9, 2011 6:41:39 AM Be more specific... Where you see this would be a good start. I'm thinking task manager but maybe not. m 0 l Hawkeye22 June 9, 2011 12:16:18 PM I don't think that's possible, though you can turn off the unread message count on the logon screen. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Logon Screen - Mystery Program Running Forum Email Notification on the Logon Screen Forum Hide a running program icon from the notification area of taskbar Forum SolvedDifferent Monitor screens for running different programs both connected to same PC Forum SolvedRunning Dos Program Full-screen in Windows 7 Forum SolvedSoftware for notification service for PC's running status on other PC connected through local wifi network. Forum Run CMD.exe at logon screen Forum Running Full screen Programs in A small window Forum Logon Notification Forum Unread email notification at logon Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 infinite loop at user logon screen Forum How to run a program right after bootup before logon to xp? Forum SolvedScreen goes black when opening programs Forum SolvedUSB Devices not working on WIN8 Logon Screen Forum HP Pavilion DV6 - Pale Blue Screen with Active Cursor after Log-on and Welcome Screen - hangs for 3-5 minutes Forum SolvedJapanese keyboard layout back to english without going past Welcome logon screen Forum Black screen before Windows 7 logon after Nvidia drivers update Forum SolvedRunning one program on a hard drive vs several programs? Forum SolvedLogon Doesn't Accept Right Password Unless Typed With On-screen Keyboard Forum laptop shuts down before it gets lo logon screen Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !