>As an NT programmer, I feel I have to interject here.
>The ability for applications to have any priority level is not a bug or a
>design flaw. It's a feature. The distinction is that a bug or a flaw is
>behavior different from that desired by the designer. That is not the case
>with NT -- it behave exactly the way it's supposed to.
>What these three methods have in common is that they all require physical
>access to the computer -- in general NT doesn't allow programs to be started
can you run a browser with Active-X on an NT machine?
can the scheduling priority feature be exercised by and Active-X
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