If you are checking the Task Manager to see what process is using all of your CPU and RAM available you will probably notice a skypepm.exe process running in the background. With the help of this article you will find out what is skypepm.exe process and how you can disable or remove it.
The skypepm.exe process is related to the Skype manager and it is responsible for running plug-ins related to Skype that you install. The interesting fact about it is the fact that even if you do not have a Skype plug-in installed, the skypepm.exe process has been… Continue to What Is skypepm.exe Process [How To]
Are you wondering why there are so many processes running in the background of your Windows? Have you found a taskhost.exe process when you’ve opened the Task Manager? This article will hopefully explain you what is taskhost.exe process and how you can disable or remove it from your computer.
A while ago we have covered the svchost.exe process, where we said that it is being used by Windows to host services that need .dll files to run. Today we are going to talk about a similar process found especially in Windows 7 and possibly in the next Windows 8… Continue to What Is taskhost.exe Process [How To]
If you were going through the processes that are running in the Task Manager and noticed plugin-container.exe process using quite a lot of RAM and CPU? Well, in this article you will find out what is plugin-container.exe process and how you can disable it.
The most interesting fact about the plugin-container.exe process is that it is not always running in the background of your Windows so it could lead you thinking that it is a virus. Not exactly, because it is related to the 2nd most used browser in the world, Firefox.
Have you noticed in the Task Manager an atieclxx.exe process running in the background? Well you should read this article to find out what is atieclxx.exe process and how to remove it or disable it.
Just like the ccc.exe process, another service that is part of the ATi Control Panel is atieclxx.exe process. If you recently noticed a high CPU and RAM usage by atieclxx.exe process it is very likely that you are dealing with a virus on your computer. Here is what you need to do in order to find out if the atieclxx.exe process that is running… Continue to What Is atieclxx.exe [How To]
If you are looking for information about the MsMpEng.exe process than you are in the right place. This guide is going to offer you some info about what is MsMpEng.exe process and how you can disable it.
For start, we have to say that the MsMpEng.exe process is strictly related to the Windows Defender antispyware application from Microsoft. Just like any other application available out there, Windows Defender scans your computer for threats and once it finds something it will quarantine the item. The app is also taking actions actively as it scans your computer for any potential spyware… Continue to What Is msmpeng.exe Process [How To]
The alg.exe process is another well know process that you can find running in the Task Manager. Today we are going to explain you what is alg.exe process and how you can disable or remove it.
The alg.exe process is actually the Application Layer Gateway service from Windows, allowing you to use the Internet Connection Sharing feature or to use a third party firewall. Please note that alg.exe process is not dangerous but it is known to use a lot of system resources.
Did you find the spoolsv.exe process running in the background of your Windows and you don’t know what it is? Well, you’re in luck as we do. This guide will explain what is spoolsv.exe process and how you can disable or remove it from your computer.
The spoolsv.exe process is in charge of dealing with the Windows service responsible for print or fax tasks that the user wants to execute or receive. You can notice this also if you look carefully at its description from the Task Manager – Spooler SubSystem App. As this is a critical… Continue to What Is spoolsv.exe Process [How To]
Have you noticed lsass.exe process running in the Task Manager and you’re a bit suspicious about it? Well you’ve come to the right place as in this article we are going to explain what is lsass.exe process and how to disable it.
Our website has covered a lot of the processes running in the background of Windows, like the rundll32.exe, searchindexer.exe, dpupdchk.exe or the ctfmon.exe so you can check the guides if you want to find out details about other processes from the Task Manager.
Another process from the Task Manager that I’d like to talk about today is the winlogon.exe process that you can find running in Windows XP, Vista and 7. This article will explain you what is winlogon.exe process and how to disable it.
The description of winlogon.exe process that you can see in the Task Manager says that it is a Windows Logon Process. Based on this information we can understand that it allows you to log on and log off from your Windows session safely.
I am pretty sure that you’ve noticed that in the Task Manager there are two processes that have their name written with capital letters. We are talking of course about the wlidsvc.exe process and wlidsvcm.exe process. In this article you will read what is the wlidsvc.exe process and wlidsvcm.exe process along with how to disable them.