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file information. The process known as fatafeat or Email Software or Huna belongs to software Email Extractor (version 6) or Huna or fatafeat by fatafeat or Pro Software. Description: is not essential for Windows and will often cause problems/5(8). extension on a filename indicates an executable file. Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windowsoperating system or to a trusted application.3/5(4). The is an executable file on your computer’s hard drive. This file contains machine code. If you start the software process on your PC, the commands contained in will be executed on your PC. For this purpose, the file is loaded into the main memory (RAM) and runs there as a process process (also called a task).

 

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The is an executable file on your computer’s hard drive. This file contains machine code. If you start the software process on your PC, the commands contained in will be executed on your PC. For this purpose, the file is loaded into the main memory (RAM) and runs there as a process process (also called a task). extension on a filename indicates an executable file. Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windowsoperating system or to a trusted application.3/5(4). Description: is not essential for Windows and will often cause problems. is located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. Known file sizes on Windows 10/8/7/XP are , bytes (50% of all occurrences) or , bytes. There is no file information. is located in the Windows folder, but it is not a Windows core file. The program is not visible.
 
 
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Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. Provides access to local and remote processes and enables you to start and stop local system processes.

The following example uses an instance of the Process class to start a process. The following example uses the Process class itself and a static Start method to start a process. The following F example defines a runProc function that starts a process, captures all output and error information, and records the number of milliseconds that the process has run.

The runProc function has three parameters: the name of application to launch, the arguments to supply to the application, and the starting directory. The code for the runProc function was written by ImaginaryDevelopment and is available under the Microsoft Public License.

A Process component provides access to a process that is running on a computer. A process, in the simplest terms, is a running app. A thread is the basic unit to which the operating system allocates processor time. A thread can execute any part of the code of the process, including parts currently being executed by another thread.

The Process component is a useful tool for starting, stopping, controlling, and monitoring apps. You can use the Process component, to obtain a list of the processes that are running, or you can start a new process.

A Process component is used to access system processes. After a Process component has been initialized, it can be used to obtain information about the running process. Such information includes the set of threads, the loaded modules. This type implements the IDisposable interface. When you have finished using the type, you should dispose of it either directly or indirectly.

To dispose of it indirectly, use a language construct such as using in C or Using in Visual Basic. If you try to get information about a bit process from a bit process, you will get a Win32Exception exception. A bit process, on the other hand, can access the modules of a bit process.

The process component obtains information about a group of properties all at once. After the Process component has obtained information about one member of any group, it will cache the values for the other properties in that group and not obtain new information about the other members of the group until you call the Refresh method.

Therefore, a property value is not guaranteed to be any newer than the last call to the Refresh method. The group breakdowns are operating-system dependent.

If you have a path variable declared in your system using quotes, you must fully qualify that path when starting any process found in that location. Otherwise, the system will not find the path. A system process is uniquely identified on the system by its process identifier. Like many Windows resources, a process is also identified by its handle, which might not be unique on the computer.

A handle is the generic term for an identifier of a resource. The operating system persists the process handle, which is accessed through the Handle property of the Process component, even when the process has exited. Thus, you can get the process’s administrative information, such as the ExitCode usually either zero for success or a nonzero error code and the ExitTime. Handles are an extremely valuable resource, so leaking handles is more virulent than leaking memory. This class contains a link demand and an inheritance demand at the class level that applies to all members.

A SecurityException is thrown when either the immediate caller or the derived class does not have full-trust permission. For details about security demands, see Link Demands. In the.

NET Framework, the Process class by default uses Console encodings, which are typically code page encodings, for the input, output, and error streams. For example code, on systems whose culture is English United States , code page is the default encoding for the Console class. NET Core may make only a limited subset of these encodings available.

If this is the case, it uses Encoding. UTF8 as the default encoding. If a Process object depends on specific code page encodings, you can still make them available by doing the following before you call any Process methods:. Instance property. Pass the EncodingProvider object to the Encoding. RegisterProvider method to make the additional encodings supported by the encoding provider available. The Process class will then automatically use the default system encoding rather than UTF8, provided that you have registered the encoding provider before calling any Process methods.

Initializes a new instance of the Process class. Gets the IContainer that contains the Component. Gets a value that indicates whether the Component is currently in design mode. Gets or sets whether the Exited event should be raised when the process terminates. Gets the list of event handlers that are attached to this Component. Gets the maximum amount of memory in the virtual memory paging file, in bytes, used by the associated process.

Gets or sets a value indicating whether the associated process priority should temporarily be boosted by the operating system when the main window has the focus. Gets or sets the ISite of the Component. Gets or sets the properties to pass to the Start method of the Process.

Gets or sets the object used to marshal the event handler calls that are issued as a result of a process exit event.

Begins asynchronous read operations on the redirected StandardError stream of the application. Begins asynchronous read operations on the redirected StandardOutput stream of the application. Cancels the asynchronous read operation on the redirected StandardError stream of an application. Cancels the asynchronous read operation on the redirected StandardOutput stream of an application.

Creates an object that contains all the relevant information required to generate a proxy used to communicate with a remote object. Performs application-defined tasks associated with freeing, releasing, or resetting unmanaged resources. Releases all resources used by the Component. Puts a Process component in state to interact with operating system processes that run in a special mode by enabling the native property SeDebugPrivilege on the current thread.

Gets a new Process component and associates it with the currently active process. Retrieves the current lifetime service object that controls the lifetime policy for this instance. Returns a new Process component, given the identifier of a process on the local computer. Returns a new Process component, given a process identifier and the name of a computer on the network.

Creates a new Process component for each process resource on the local computer. Creates a new Process component for each process resource on the specified computer. Creates an array of new Process components and associates them with all the process resources on the local computer that share the specified process name. Creates an array of new Process components and associates them with all the process resources on a remote computer that share the specified process name.

Returns an object that represents a service provided by the Component or by its Container. Gets the Type of the current instance. Takes a Process component out of the state that lets it interact with operating system processes that run in a special mode. Creates a shallow copy of the current Object. Creates a shallow copy of the current MarshalByRefObject object.

Raises the Exited event. Discards any information about the associated process that has been cached inside the process component. Starts or reuses the process resource that is specified by the StartInfo property of this Process component and associates it with the component. Starts the process resource that is specified by the parameter containing process start information for example, the file name of the process to start and associates the resource with a new Process component.

Starts a process resource by specifying the name of a document or application file and associates the resource with a new Process component. Starts a process resource by specifying the name of an application and a set of command line arguments. Starts a process resource by specifying the name of an application and a set of command-line arguments, and associates the resource with a new Process component.

Starts a process resource by specifying the name of an application, a user name, a password, and a domain and associates the resource with a new Process component. Starts a process resource by specifying the name of an application, a set of command-line arguments, a user name, a password, and a domain and associates the resource with a new Process component.

Instructs the Process component to wait indefinitely for the associated process to exit. Instructs the Process component to wait the specified number of milliseconds for the associated process to exit.

Instructs the process component to wait for the associated process to exit, or for the cancellationToken to be cancelled. Causes the Process component to wait indefinitely for the associated process to enter an idle state. This overload applies only to processes with a user interface and, therefore, a message loop. Causes the Process component to wait the specified number of milliseconds for the associated process to enter an idle state.

Occurs when the component is disposed by a call to the Dispose method. Occurs when an application writes to its redirected StandardError stream. Occurs each time an application writes a line to its redirected StandardOutput stream. Feedback will be sent to Microsoft: By pressing the submit button, your feedback will be used to improve Microsoft products and services.

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