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Disable Front Row to prevent limited account app access
Authored by: HairyPotter on Jan 31, '07 08:32:07AM

Is there any way to run FrontRow as a normal application? I mean, FrontRow is a program always running in the background, waiting for one to invoke it. But this, consumes processor resources.

Is there any way to have FrontRow there, not running, and just being able to run it when I want? (as any other application like Quicktime, Photoshop, etc.)



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