Root User Ok I updated my handy little widget library and I got BetterWhat'sGoingOn just for the occasional kick and lo a behold it popped up with some programs that I have never heard anything about. Now I know that the system has little things running in the background, but there is one thing that is bothering me iChatAgent that is sucking up lots of my feeble iBook's CPU. This program is usually about at about 35% I have seen it go much much higher. After digging around a little I have found out that the agent is really just that silly little iChat bubble in the upper-right hand corner. Now I have looked around and have only found on site that even mentions the importance of it. . .according to it there is none deleting it will only get rid of the little balloon. I wouldn't mind this since I use the dock icon to start iChat, my main question is(Yes, I know I am very slow at getting to the point) is this thing really important. . .Apple.com didn't help and neither did MacOSXhints.com. The other things I would like to know is how to log onto the root user in Jaguar. Ye, I know that you can really cook your system messing around in the root so all I would do is delete iChatAgent and log out. So Unix/Linux/Mac gurus I bow to your superior knowledge of the subject.