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 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 How to run a program right after bootup before logon to xp? Forum SolvedUSB Devices not working on WIN8 Logon Screen Forum SolvedRunning one program on a hard drive vs several programs? Forum SolvedJapanese keyboard layout back to english without going past Welcome logon screen Forum SolvedProblem with external speakers when running Netflix but not when viewing programs by TWC Forum Win7 not showing logon screen Forum SolvedBlue screen in XP whenever I want to run a specific program Forum SolvedLogon Doesn't Accept Right Password Unless Typed With On-screen Keyboard Forum blue stripes after logon screen. no Display Forum SolvedWindows 7 Won't load pass Welcome screen/Programs wont load Forum Solvedrunning previously installed programs from old HDD with new HDD installed os Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !