On Sunday, May 5, 2013 12:37:23 AM UTC+2, tqrde...@gmail.com wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am using Git to maintain my codes for driving robots. Recently I met a 
> problem, that Windows Task Manager shows me that there are 800 git.exe 
> running, I can't kill them, and they seems to be there until I shut down my 
> PC. This situation happen frequently. The point is, at that time I was not 
> using anything related to Git. I didn't launch Git GUI, neither Bash, etc. 
> Just as a summary, I was not commanding anything about Git.
> Why? Could any friend here help me to figure it out? I have googled, 
> unfortunately nothing exactly can be found. My using version is : *
> Git-
> *On a old PC with windows XP, 32 bit OS.
> Welcome your suggestions and help.
You could try asking on the msysGit mailing list, they develop Git for 
Windows: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/msysgit 

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