Me either! :)
According to the Googles, do this.
1. Open command prompt with admin rights. That is, type in cmd either in Start menu search box and hit Ctrl + Shift +Enter.
2. Click continue if you get User Account Control (UAC) Prompt.
3. Here, first type the command tasklist and hit enter to see the list of running processes.
4. If you can see the running processes then type another command tasklist>c:\list.txt which gives you the output as list.txt file in “c” drive. Note that you can change the drive letter “c” and also the output file name(list).
That should give you a text file of everything then you could copy and paste. Maybe, like I said, one of our geniuses can see if there's a bad one running.