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Thankuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu So much Report zianpor 4Posts Sunday March 12, 2006Registration date June 1, 2009 Last seen - Jun 1, 2009 at 02:17 AM Thanks a lot that's very good! I had mine deleted cause of a virus. End the other explorer.exe, then on Task Manager, click File New Task (Run...). it doesnt stop eat my cpu when i open the taskmanager.

It's only a virus of there is random caps in it or if there is 2 of them or if a virus added/replaced its code with it. EXPLORE OTHER CATEGORIES Art & Literature Beauty & Fashion Business & Finance Education Family Food Geography Government & Politics Health History Hobbies & Games Holidays & Celebrations Home & Garden Math when gaming See also: Link RONCO explorer.exe started to use 98% of my CPU. This is impossible to do, though, if the file is in the C:\Windows folder, since that is where the REAL Windows shell is. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/explorer.exe.html

Elrond This is only a Windows shell file. Hochgeladen am 10.04.2009this video is for all that have this problem.I used to have it,but i knew how ro fix it and then i decided to make a video for everyone We really like the free versions of Malwarebytes and HitmanPro, and we love the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium and HitmanPro.Alert features. Furthermore, different imagery is overlaid on thumbnails to give more information about the file, such as a picture frame around the thumbnail of an image file, or a filmstrip on a

Dinesh If it's in your C:\Windows file you have nothing to worry about. So I terminated it, and nothing disappeared. deepcreek Its quite a useful file to have if you run windows apparently Big Brown Jobby There is two kinds of this file there is one with captial letters i.e EXPLORER.EXE Anon When I deleted mine, my taskbar disappeared.

Added by the ZCREW TROJAN! If you delete it or disable it, windows can not run. Usually this is the interface you see when you start up your computer (i.e: The start bar, windows forms) but people DO modify this to screw up your computer. http://www.howtogeek.com/198815/use-this-secret-trick-to-close-and-restart-explorer.exe-in-windows/ Patrick Explorer.exe is the windows Shell (shows you the desktop, taskbar and start menu).

My explorer.exe is making my computer run really slow and I think it is to do with bad .avi files as previous people have said here. Remote locations can be indexed by the indexer on another Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 machine, on a Windows machine running Windows Search 4 (such as Windows Vista or In Windows 7, click Start and then hold Ctrl+Shift while clicking any open area on the Start menu to see the "Exit Explorer" command. If you stop this process the taskbar will disappear.

If you shut it down, you will lose your "desktop" and may have to reboot.

Others are not Windows system files. so now you can go to microsoft.com and look up fixes for 100%processor usage. Read also the 344 reviews. 21587 users ask for this file. 207users rated it as not dangerous. 14users rated it as not so dangerous. 82users rated it as neutral. 26users rated

since when an internal program goes out from your system. The appl... It is not dangerous. Explorer.exe is located in the Windows directory of your boot disk and it is the file manager, taskbar and start menu of any Windows version in since Windows 95.

i had to load in "safe mode with comand prompt" and delete the file and replace it with a copy from a machine with the exact same version of windows(xp home What happens is xp tries to generate thumbnails of videos or pics by default. If it is not in the /windows map it can be spyware or a dialer! This is especially true for things like your operating system, security software and Web browser, but also holds true for just about any program that you frequently use.

This Process is Needed, I Repeat is Needed, and Is Not Dangerous, is Not A Virus, Malware, Trojan or Any other Form I Virus. Try the fixes available online or switch to a new OS ( recommended), then bang ur head coz nothing's gonna be compatible. Retrieved 2014-01-31. ^ a b Microsoft. "Add tags or other properties to a file".

The explorer.exe file is located in the Windows folder, but it is not a Windows core file.

But it still had a completely black screen with no start menu or anything. How to Install and Use Bookmarklets in Microsoft Edge What You Need to Know About Windows 8.1 Follow @howtogeek More Articles You Might Like ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum But I now started getting pop ups :( Sheila This is 100% not dangerous, unless found outside system32. It is also the component of the operating system that presents many user interface items on the monitor such as the taskbar and desktop.

However, if the path is C:\Explorer.exe, it's a virus. (Due to lazy programming, Windows does not look in a specific path for this file. Also, a new interface 'IFileIsInUse' is introduced into the API which developers can use to let other applications switch to the main window of the application that has the file open Found anywhere else it's malware, including the folders system & system32 TJS This helped me find an explorer.exe file in an XP autopatch directory off the c drive. I had the same problem as everyone, but I just fixed it about 2 minutes ago.

Now i am running programs with task manager. Administrator Normally Fine Such a huge hog though, USE FIREFOX USE OPREA T-Man HackerDefender variant in Windows/System32/config/adminoper See also: Link Frans Explorer is a windows bug for people not running Gnome Aside from the Filmstrip view mode, there is a 'Thumbnails' mode, which displays thumbnail-sized images in the folder. There are no more available days to restore to.