Archive for the ‘Process Library’ Category

ccapp.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

Ccapp.exe is a process that belongs to Norton AntiVirus software. Ccapp.exe is used for providing auto-protection and email-checking functions. Both features will not function correctly if ccapp.exe is stopped. Ccapp.exe should NOT be altered or terminated to maintain the security and stability of your PC.

ccapp.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, ccapp.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the start-up programs of Windows. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, ccapp.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with ccapp.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to ccapp.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

csrss.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

CSRSS.exe is the main program file for the Microsoft Client/Server Runtime Server Subsystem. CSRSS.exe manages most graphical commands in Windows. CSRSS.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. CSRSS.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

csrss.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, csrss.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, csrss.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with csrss.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to csrss.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

hpwuschd2.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

Hpwuschd2.exe is a process belonging to the Hewlett Packard Software Update Scheduler which displays update information regarding HP’s range of products. Hpwuschd2.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. hpwuschd2.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

hpwuschd2.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, hpwuschd2.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, hpwuschd2.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with hpwuschd2.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to hpwuschd2.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

iexplore.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

IEXPLORE.exe is the main program file for Microsoft Internet Explorer. It allows you to browse the Internet. IEXPLORE.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. IEXPLORE.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

iexplore.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, iexplore.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, iexplore.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with iexplore.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to iexplore.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

lsass.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

lsass.exe is a Microsoft Windows system process that provides security mechanisms that are particularly related to local security and login policies. lsass.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. lsass.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

lsass.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, lsass.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, lsass.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with lsass.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to lsass.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

ntvdm.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

Ntvdm.exe is process that belongs to the Windows 16-bit Virtual Machine. It provides an environment for a 16-bit process to execute on a 32-bit platform. Ntvdm.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. ntvdm.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

ntvdm.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, ntvdm.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, ntvdm.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with ntvdm.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to ntvdm.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

tfswctrl.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

Tfswctrl.exe is an essential process for HP’s packet writing software which burns data to CD’s using Microsoft Windows explorer. Tfswctrl.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. tfswctrl.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

tfswctrl.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, tfswctrl.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, tfswctrl.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with tfswctrl.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to tfswctrl.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

spoolsv.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

Spoolsv.exe is a Microsoft Windows system executable which handles the printing process. Spoolsv.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. spoolsv.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

Spoolsv.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, spoolsv.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, spoolsv.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with spoolsv.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to spoolsv.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.

svchost.exe

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Description:

svchost.exe is a Microsoft Windows system process that handles processes executed from various DLLs. svchost.exe is a crucial part of Windows as it ensures your PC’s stability and security. svchost.exe should NOT be altered or terminated.

svchost.exe is vulnerable to attacks brought over by malware exploits on the Internet as it is an essential part of every Windows operating system. Besides being endangered by malware, svchost.exe also suffers stability issues as being part of the Windows operating system. Particularly with conflicts and errors of Windows Registry settings, svchost.exe becomes unstable, crashes often, generates various error messages, or consumes extremely high amount of CPU and memory usages.

Recommendations:

It is often neglected that many issues with svchost.exe are not caused by malware, especially if you are a responsible PC user who has anti-virus installed on your PC. The best solution to fix and put a stop to svchost.exe errors is to always maintain a clean and optimized Windows Registry, which only contains registry keys and values that are absolutely necessary and correct for the Windows operating system and legitimately installed applications.