Running programs

  robco 18:12 19 Nov 2004

Can anyone tell me what the following line entries mean please for programs running under "ctrl-alt-del"? My system resources are running at only 46%. I'm running win98se with 10gb hard drive and 256mb ram


Hope to hear from someone soon!

  ICF 18:17 19 Nov 2004

Do you have Webroot Window Washer software installed?

  ICF 18:19 19 Nov 2004

This is what a got from a Google search

Backweb-8876480.exe is a process that comes with the Logitech products software. It manages the automatic update check as well as providing you with new for the latest offers and products from Logitech. This is a non-essential process. Disabling or enabling this is down to user preference.

  VoG II 18:20 19 Nov 2004

Backweb is spyware (not very nasty, possibly installed by Logitech for updating purposes).

Khalmnpr is a Logitech mouse driver (I think)

Wwdisp click here

kem click here

  ICF 18:24 19 Nov 2004

Googled again

Khalmnpr is

Logitech Bluetooth mouse Hardware Abstraction layer. A "hardware abstraction layer" is an interface that enables adding support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.

  ICF 18:26 19 Nov 2004

Wonderful Google

wwDisp.exe is a process relating to the Webroot Window Washer software which is an Internet security cleaner, which deletes Internet history which some malicious websites and adware use.

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