One odd process that you can find in the Task Manger, drawing your attention due to memory usage is SearchIndexer.exe process. In this article we will let you know what is SearchIndexer.exe process exactly and how to stop or disable it.
What is SearchIndexer.exe process?
If you are a Windows Vista or 7 user, then it is very likely to use one of the best features of the OS – Windows Search. As you can imagine, to achieve this task Windows Search module needs a service so this is where SearchIndexer.exe process comes into action. If you are new to… Continue to What Is SearchIndexer.exe Process [How To]
If you ever wondered how that pop-up message from Windows knows when to update your Adobe suite, it happens because there is an Adobe_Updater.exe process running in the background of your Windows. We are going to explain today what is Adobe_Updater.exe process and how you can disable or remove it.
As you can probably tell from its name, Adobe_Updater.exe process is releated to Adobe’s update module for their entire suite. With its help you will know when an update to any of the Adobe software is available for download.
If you are one of those users who like to keep an eye on the processes running in Windows it is very likely that you’ve noticed dpupdchk.exe process. Today we are going to let you know what is dpupdchk.exe process and disable it.
To understand better what we’re talking about you can open Task Manager and search for dpupdchk.exe process by sorting the entries by ‘Process Name’.
Were you checking the processes that are running in Windows using Task Manager and noticed a mDNSResponder.exe process that you do not know what it is or where it came from? Well, in this article we’ll explain you what is mDNSResponder.exe process and how you can disable it.
What is mDNSResponder.exe process from Windows?
If you’ve recently installed Apple’s media player called iTunes than it is very likely that Bonjour software also made its way through in your computer. Basically mDNSResponder.exe process allows iTunes to find computers from the network that have the same software installed. This search is done… Continue to What Is mDNSResponder.exe Process [How To]
Even though Windows Media Player is not among your used or favorite players, there are still some processes that Windows runs in the background for it. If you open Task Manager you will see that a wmpnetwk.exe process and a wmpnscfg.exe process are running. In this article we are going to inform you what is wmpnetwk.exe process and wmpnscfg.exe process and how to disable it.
It is very likely that you’ve already removed the ctfmon.exe process from Windows startup using a dedicated tool like TuneUp Utilities but what happens when you find it again in the processes list from Task Manager. In this article we will teach you what is ctfmon.exe process and how to enable or disable it in Windows.
The ctfmon.exe process is in charge of controling the Alternative User Input and the Office Language bar from Microsoft Windows. With the help of this Microsoft process you are able to use your voice or a any other touch input device to control… Continue to What Is ctfmon.exe process [How To]
Like many of other Windows Vista or 7 users, you’ve probably came across the dwm.exe process in the Task Manager, running in your memory without knowing what it actually is. This article is going to cover what the dwm.exe process is and how can it be disabled from Windows startup.
What is the dwm.exe process?
The dwm.exe process is actually the executable file of a service called Desktop Window Manager found in Windows Vista and 7, in charge of the fancy and nice looking design of the user interface. We are talking about the live thumbnails from the taskbar, the… Continue to What Is dwm.exe Process [How To]
If you came across jusched.exe process when going through the Task Manager it is very likely that you would like to know what it is. Well, the jusched.exe process is the actually related to Java and its name comes from Java Update Scheduler. The jusched.exe process will run at Windows startup (if not disabled) to check once a month if there is a newer version of Java than the one you have installed on your computer. In this article we’ll cover this process like we did with svchost.exe process.
You’ve probably reached this website because you do not know what a process called svchost.exe is all about and why does your Windows operating system run that many. It is very likely that you’ve tried to end all the processes called svchost.exe but as you found out found out by yourself, it cannot be done. This article will tell you what is svchost.exe and where it comes from.
What is svchost.exe and where does it come from?
If you look up the process name on Microsoft’s website you will see that it is the name of a generic host process… Continue to What Is svchost.exe Process And Where Does It Come From
We often find ourselves in a situation where we find out about a new software that we could use for doing a particular task. When I say this I mean an application from editing a simple text file (other than Microsoft Office) to an application that allows you to watch movies or listen to music, without having to download a file on your computer. This is the case where you can use Elpis player to listen to Pandora Radio in your desktop.