Quickset.exe has the description Quickset and is a process file that was/is developed by Dell Inc. This file is digitally signed, which means it was verified to work smoothly within a Windows operating system environment. Quickset is a process or application that is developed by Dell Corporation to allow the end users to either configure or view a network connection on one of their systems.
Whenever an end user is having problems trying to connect to Microsoft’s Windows Update Server, they will usually come face to face with a Windows Update error, error code 0x80072efe being but one of many. This particular Windows Update error is caused by a number of different things, which ultimately can lead to blue screen of death errors and in more severe cases, fatal system errors. When you encounter one of these Update errors, it will typically manifest itself in several different ways, the inability to load certain applications, install programs and random system crashes, are all too common.
If you’re reading this post, I think it’s safe for me to assume that you have monitored a lot of hard disk activity on your computer and was wondering what MRT.exe is? Fortunately for you, you have come to the right place, as I intend to explain in-depth exactly what this process is, how to use it and how to rectify any issues you may be having with it.
Isuspm.exe is an application that periodically checks for updates and installs them when applicable. In this article, I intend to discuss exactly what this process is, the various errors associated with it, and the most effective ways of tackling them. Isuspm.exe is a process developed by Macrovision, belonging to the InstallShield.
Hkcmd.exe is a process that is loaded during system boot up. This process is installed by a number of different Intel chipset graphics drivers. So if you own an Nvidia or ATi graphics card, along with an Intel motherboard, then there is a strong chance that you’ll have this process running in the background of your computer.
Ie4uinit.exe is an integral component of Windows Internet Explorer referred to as IE Per-User Initialization Utility. A Windows Task Schedule is automatically created for this executable file, which loads this utility during system boot up. The purpose of this particular file is to configure the Internet Explorer settings.
Evaluating the various processes running in the background of my system is almost a ritual for me, something I do on a continuous basis, just to ensure that there are no malicious files or programs amongst them. Typically I’d used Windows Task Manager, despite the various alternatives, because of its efficiency and ease of use. Starting Windows Task Manager is a simple process, simply right click on the Taskbar and select Start Task Manager, once it loads up, click on the Processes Tab and observe.
Have you had to contend with your CPU being at 100% utilisation for extended periods of time? It’s not an uncommon scenario for the msmpeng.exe process to unexpectedly consume large portions of available CPU resources. So what exactly is the msmpeng.exe process and what measures are available to you, to rectify the various associated issues.
The rtvscan.exe process is an integral part of the Symantec Internet Security Suite responsible for the real-time scanning component of the application. Its duties are to detect malicious code hidden within files before they get onto your system. This works by the rtvscan.exe file scanning the file(s) as and when they are first copied to your system, notifying the user when or if it detects a suspicious file.