Is a windows process that provides your taskbar, icons, etc. Click on the "Next" button, to install HitmanPro on your computer. I am having same problem with avi file like Peter (and it is for sure because of it!). Jarrod1937 While you're looking for fixes you can set the priority of explorer.exe to low in task manager - it will still run high when system is idle but will let his comment is here
Good luck and safe surfing! Cheers Bro Report dimrin- Jan 17, 2009 05:04PM thanks Report Kulz- Jan 17, 2009 05:07PM Thanks a Lot man! Only if I manage to copy the original file back to the directory and delete the new one do things return to normal, but somehow it manages to return every couple Local disk locations must be indexed by the local indexer, and Windows Explorer will automatically add locations to the indexing scope when they are included in a library.
Windows Explorer also gained the ability to burn CDs and DVD-RAM discs in Windows XP. And it is possible for explorer to chew up 98% percent CPU, if it starts behaving badly. I figured this one was the virus, because it hasn't been around long. Windows Explorer (exploer.exe) is trying to connect to sa.windows.com [207.46.258.249] using remote port 80 [HTTP - world wide web.] yes no?
You can download Zemana AntiMalware from the below link: ZEMANA ANTIMALWARE DOWNLOAD LINK (This link will start the download of "Zemana AntiMalware") Double-click on the file named "Zemana.AntiMalware.Setup.exe" to start the It can provide additional clipboard formats to the drop target. If nothing comes up you dont have a virus or spyware... Kitty If the process path is to C:\\Windows, then it is the process used by the Windows OS to display the interface (Desktop, Taskmanager, System Tray, etc.).
Report Tamil Selvan- May 23, 2009 07:02AM Hey......thanks. This is the only file windows can't run without. Marah EXPLORER.EXE aand explorer.exe i think it a big deff..my anti virus saying explorere.xe is a bckdoor virus..when my anti virus scan nid to repair the infected but after repair all check this link right here now DaDude9211 It's the Windows User Interface.
The process starts when Windows starts (see Registry key: MACHINE\Run, Run, MACHINE\RunOnce, MACHINE\RunServices, User Shell Folders, Winlogon\Shell, DEFAULT\Run, batfile, comfile, cmdfile, MACHINE\User Shell Folders, Userinit, MACHINE\RunServicesOnce). Although through various operating systems and computer disabling it is different, upon me ending it... this place must was in the windows directory, when not it is hacked ! Therefore the technical security rating is 4% dangerous, however you should also read the user reviews.
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There is also a shortcut key combination: Windows key + E. This would Security Task Manager Windows Processes Security Task Manager What is explorer.exe? pz this is a windows system file, but how to make it some think like that it doesnt take more resourses of PC, how to make it that it should work
See also: Link MEHUL (KANUDO) Windows owned File but look how is your place ... just make it start explorer.exe again and your desktop and start menu are back =) I open the task manager on windows XP and I see two explorer.exe. Fun times. Sausage I know that if you end it you can still you you comp but you will not be able to see you desktop, taskbar, etc.
Louie On my computer explorer.exe takes 0.1% of my cpu's recorees and my computers procesers is AMD turion 64. In addition, column headers now appear in all icon viewing modes, unlike Windows XP where they only appear in the Details icon viewing mode. File and folder actions such as Cut, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 Windows Explorer in Windows XP There were significant changes made to Windows Explorer in Windows XP, both visually and functionally. It starts up the GUI (Graphic User Interface) i.e.
Dio Brando If you are having problems with explorer.exe crashing when you access media files, disable thumbnails to fix this. Can either be in C:\Windows\System32 for Win2K or C:\Windows for XP. It is not. jeffc333 I have a file names "Explorer.EXE" using those caps.
Seems to hide from all my spy and virus programs. After I CTRL ALT DEL, I opened the File, run, browse, and searched for the file (in my case it was a DL'ed video) which I then deleted. Can't I just find the infected file, delete it, and then re-establish my explorer.exe file at re-boot from the install disk or the Internet? Windows Explorer features, such as previews and thumbnails, work with the results of a federated search as well.
L462 just CTRL-ALT-DELETE and restart the process if you think its running to high. This Process is Needed, I Repeat is Needed, and Is Not Dangerous, is Not A Virus, Malware, Trojan or Any other Form I Virus. I then attempted to delete the program, but it wouldn't let me, then I applied the administrative rights and apparently deleted it.