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It's secure. It's one of the few combinations other apps cannot catch, even with a keylogger. It's something that programmers can't block using a normal application. It is the ultimate way of closing a CPU-hogger on a single-CPU machine.
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It is the ultimate way of closing a CPU-hogger on a single-CPU machine.
Uhh... I'd like to disagree with that. I had cases where the CPU was blocked and "CTRL-ALT-DEL" did exactly nothing.. (Well yeah... it did.. 15 minutes later... )
Besides, just by hitting CTRL-ALT-DEL you accomplished nothing. All you get is a chance to bring up the task manager. Nothing prevents the application to block the cpu again as soon as you brought up that
It has become one of the ultimate archetype of Windows.
The thing is that crtl+alt+del is not a windows thing but a ibm/pc one. Bios intercepts that combination to operate a reset. Windows just made it famous by giving the tip to end-users on the famous blue-screen.
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