First off, let me say that this is not purely a Take Command/TCC problem, but it is a problem that is also showing up in Take Command/TCC, and it is, for me, a very serious problem. What problem? Simple. As I have indicated multiple times in the past, I am significantly visually impaired, and I am absolutely dependent on the Windows "screen magnify" application (in the "Accessories/Ease of Access" start-menu folder if you've never seen/heard of it before). Unfortunately (and quite stupidly, in my opinion), said program "bogs down" when the system gets busy and the "update" speed gets so slow as to make the program essentially useless, so I use a program ("PV", from the website of System Internals which is now a part of Microsoft) to "up" its priority in a very small batch file after starting it. The problem is that "PV" is no longer finding it, so it is therefore no longer "upping" its priority, and the Take Command/TCC command "Echo %@PID[Magnify.exe]" isn't finding it either (it echoes the value of 0). (There is a shot of the Take Command/TCC window in the attached .zip file.) This is despite the fact that the program is running (I am using it right now) and the fact that it shows up in the Task Manager (The Task Manager window is also in the attached .zip file). So, in the last desperate failed attempt to "fix" the problem, I copied the program from the Windows\System32 directory to another directory (on another drive even, no hard link here) and renamed the program to "MyEssentialProgramToUseThisComputer.exe" and am now running that. Well %@PID still returns 0 for that program name, PV still doesn't find it, and this is not really very surprising because while it still does show up in the Task Manager, it still shows up under the name "Magnify.exe" (and %@PID and PV still don't find it under that name, either!). (As a small note, the Task Manager window in the attached .zip file is the result after the Magnify application had been copied to another directory and renamed. And I must say, I am completely bamboozled by the fact that the "Task Manager" name is not the executable's file name!!!!) At any rate, at this point any help and/or suggestions would sure be appreciated because this is not a joke and it is not funny, I am absolutely dependent on this computer and the internet (yet another of the multiple disabilities that I have is that I can not write and therefore can not "write a check" or mail a check, I pay all of my bills on the internet and do not even own a checkbook!). Also, about Task Manager: I can, of course, right-click on Magnify.exe and select "Set Priority/Above Normal". However, that does not work because I get a message box: "Unable to Change Priority: The operation could not be completed. Access is denied". What is somewhat more strange about this is that I am logged on as the "original user account" on this machine, which means that I have at least some "Administrative" privileges. However, I will say at this point that I found out how to (quite a long time ago) and "resurrected" the true Administrator account on this machine (that account is "disabled" by default on Windows 7), and I don't have this problem there; but I really don't want to use that account on a day-to-day basis. The bottom line is that I absolutely can't "up" the priority of Magnify.exe on this machine unless I use the true Administrator account, which I would really (for a fairly large number of reasons) rather not do.