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Hi :)
with iTunes i hunted around for at least an hour in all it's menu's and
there was no option anywhere that let me set it to not start at boot-up.
There was nothing in the equivalent of
"All Programs" - Start menu - Start
I'm sure i could have figured a way to force it but then i remembered how
to kill processes through task-manager so i just did that instead.

Regards from
Tom :)

On 23 September 2014 15:35, anne-ology <> wrote:

       The simplest method to close these programs, should be to click on
each from the taskbar -
          saving anything which hasn't been ...
         then later they open right back up  ;-)
       [mere seconds  ;-) ]

       BTW - I don't know what Apple-Mobile is, but ITunes - as well as
other programs which happen to get into the start-up menu - can be removed
by clearing that and/or going into their individual properties/options and
re-setting that aspect -
          when these programs are installed, they'll ask whether you want
short-cuts and where these should be -
         [I always refuse the option to add to the start-up menu  ;-)]

From: Tom Davies <>
Date: Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 6:30 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreOffice installation wants to close
To: Mihovil Stanic <>
Cc: Andras Timar <>, LibreOffice-l10n <>

Hi :)
Windows often grumbles if you try to install anything without first closing
down ALL open programs.  Yesterday i had to use the;
Ctrl Alt Delete (dangerous right?) - Task manager
to force-quit iTunes and Apple-Mobile!!

I'd wasted a bit of time trying to poke around inside iTunes and in the
"Start" menu to try to stop iTunes from starting up at every boot-up but
apparently it doesn't like people to do that and 'needs' to run all the

I was about to uninstall the Apple-mobile thing because the user has often
grumbled about his Android phone but just before doing so asked "So your
phone IS an Android then?".  He said "Yes". So i clicked the uninstaller to
start.  Then he added "It's a bloody Android iPhone".  So i hastily
cancelled!!  I can see this repair job is going to be tricky!
Regards from
Tom :)

On 19 September 2014 10:17, Mihovil Stanic <> wrote:

Thank you for answer.
Don't see any LO plugins or addons in my FF.
I have only Java plugins and every addon installed was manualy installed
by me.


19.09.2014 u 11:09, Andras Timar je napisao/la:

 On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 11:03 AM, Mihovil Stanic <>

Installing LO 4.3.2 RC2 now and installation stoped with message that
needs to close Firefox to continue!?
Why would LO have anything with Firefox? Some new changes?

 LibreOffice provides a browser plugin (for ages, it's just been
removed from master).


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