| Rippy wrote:|
|My computer runs "Microsoft C++ Runtime Library" when I am not using it. Afterward, my cursor gets an hourglass that does not go away. Any ideas |
"Microsoft C++ Runtime Library" is, as the name indicates, a library of helper functions used by quite a few Windows applications written in the C++ programming language. Your computer won't be running the runtime library on its own, so it's unlikely to be directly responsible for the hourglass pointer. I suggest you try to find out which application is using the CPU (check the task manager), and contact the support for that application.
This is a programming forum, so there's really nothing we can tell you or do, except to contact customer support for the application which is misbehaving.