mshta.exe Microsoft (R) HTML Application host

mshta.exe Microsoft (R) HTML Application host – is an executable file in Windows, developed by Microsoft Corporation and supplied with the operating system. The element is the object of launching the Microsoft HTML Application – a program that is responsible for the operation of HTML-based applications (.hta files) and running scripts in Windows.

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audiodg.exe Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation

audiodg.exe Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation its system prosess, belongs to software Microsoft Windows Operating System. Native audioodg.exe is an important part of everyday usage PC, but it can cause many problems.
The file is located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. Known file sizes on Windows 10/8/7/XP are 100,864 bytes (44% of all occurrences), 88,064 bytes.

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RuntimeBroker.exe Runtime Broker

Runtime Broker is using too much memory

Runtime Broker is a Windows process in Task Manager that helps manage permissions on your PC for apps from Microsoft Store. It should only use a few megabytes of memory, but in some cases, a faulty app might cause Runtime Broker to use up to a gigabyte of RAM or more.

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tracert.exe TCP/IP Traceroute Command

tracert.exe TCP/IP Traceroute Command -belongs to the Microsoft Windows Operating System program from Microsoft. This is not just a command but working program. Windows application designed to find the path by which network packets are sent from one node to another. Also, this means that you can always find TRACERT.exe in the “SYSTEM32” folder. So, this is not a virus.

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windows 10 disk management

Help in Disk Management

Disk Management in Windows helps you perform advanced storage tasks like initializing a new drive and extending or shrinking volumes. Here’s some info on things you can do using Disk Management:

Initialize new disks. If you add a brand new disk to your PC and it doesn’t show up in File Explorer, you might need to add a drive letter, or initialize it before using it. You can only initialize a drive that’s not yet formatted. Initializing a disk erases everything on it and prepares it for use by Windows, after which you can format it and then store files on it.

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csrss.exe Client Server Runtime Process

CSRSS.EXE (Client Server Runtime Process) is part of the user’s Win32 subsystem. Сsrss.exe is responsible for console applications, creating / deleting threads and for the 16-bit MS-DOS virtual environment.

When studying the running processes in the Windows 10, 8 and Windows 7 task manager, you may have a question: what is the csrss.exe (Client Server Runtime Process), especially if it loads the processor, which sometimes happens.

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ctfmon.exe CTF Loader

Ctfmon.exe (CTF Loader) – is a program file in Microsoft Office and its remains running in the system tray after Office is closed. This item locate in folder “System32

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how to use dynamic lock in windows 10

Lock your Windows 10 PC automatically when you step away from it

If you forget to lock your PC or tablet when you step away, Windows Hello can use a phone that’s paired with your device to automatically lock it shortly after you’re out of Bluetooth range. To set things up, you’ll need to use Bluetooth to pair your phone with your PC and select the check box under Dynamic lock.

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make a donation with microsoft rewards points

Make a donation with your Microsoft Rewards points

Did you know you can use your Microsoft Rewards points to make charitable donations? You’ll find different donation opportunities on the Redeem page. Once your donation is processed (in compliance with the Microsoft Services Agreement), Microsoft will make at least a quarterly donation on your behalf to the non-profit organization you’ve selected.

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