yes. i'd like to know what wlss is doing though. what commands is it sending and to where? is it modifying a registry entry or something? there should be no reason to have an entire application running 100% of the time in memory just to do something so trivial. to make fn+2 work it needs to run of course, but is there another way to manually enable and disable wi-fi also and save battery life? does disabling your wi-fi card in the device manager prevent it from draining battery life? if so, that is equivalent.