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Ituneshelper.exe

Uninstalling this variant: You can remove the entire program iTunes using Windows Control Panel, get help from the software vendor Apple or check the vendor’s website for a newer version. All rights reserved. Very similar to the way RealPlayer acts as spyware. Donato Not Dangerous but stops other programs ie.

Disclaimer It is assumed that users are familiar with the operating system they are using and comfortable with making the suggested changes. Nov 16, 2005 7:00 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Otto42, Otto42 Nov 16, 2005 7:02 AM in response to Go Figure Level 6 (9,070 points) Nov Not malicious. this prevents itunes from forgetting where the file is located when it has been moved.

Nick COMPLETELY safe, required for iTunes, runs in background, harmless little thing! the problem occurs every time I plug in my Ipod my computer OS is win7 64bit Mikael Neist Typical Apple high-handed crap. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PCWorld.

Rob L it comes from apple's itunes. Safe and functional for iTunes iPod owners. Security Rating: --- don't know --- 1 (not dangerous) 2 3 (neutral) 4 5 (dangerous) Your opinion about this file: Web page with more details: Your first name: More process products.

Consumes 140MB of memory. See also: Link Name It belongs to iTunes and it is required if you use iTunes and iPod. (Thats why I hate Apple) Martin It was causing me the -36 error This discussion is locked            Go Figure Level 1 (0 points) Q: iTunesHelper.exe -What does this process do /what is it used for Perhaps not a breif answer, but maybe The program has no visible window.

iTunes still starts (probably loads it as needed). Idoy ituneshelper.exe is a process that runs in the background for iTunes, and anything dealing with Apple, Inc. It sporadically eats 100% of my CPU resources, nothing else can be done while it is within this CPU consuming process. Neal This file is useless if you don't have an ipod, all you have to do is turn iTunes off, kill the process and delete the exe file, you can also

Pab89 it seems to let you remain connected to PC (charging) while be able to use the ipod. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware Process name: iTunesHelper Module Product: iTunes or iScrobbler or Acoustica Effects Pack or PANTONE colorist or Volume Logic Plug-in for iTunes or VSIP Interop Assembly The software is popularly known for its mobile device management applications. So you don't need it.

However, if it's being run from somewhere suspicious, it might be malware in disguise. Only keep it if you access itunes daily i always get thew nessage:iTunesHelper is not correctly installed; reinstall iTunes. And why does it need to record inputs anyway? As you start iTunes it works for a few seconds.

Jellow its just a process that makes itunes open up when you connect your ipod/iphone. The iPodService.exe process is self-explanatory, and disabling it in recent versions of iTunes will prevent iTunes from detecting iPods you may connect to your PC (or Mac, as the case may Why are people that have no idea what this is rating the files security as if they do? It's just a little, annoying, memory hog and useless program(if you don't have an iPod or don't use the automatic Itune feature).

But it's really up to your preference. Why are people that have no idea what this is rating the files security as if they do? It's just a little, annoying, memory hog and useless program(if you don't have an iPod or don't use the automatic Itune feature).

It isn't a dangerous file.

Very convenient for me, as a/c adapter is elsewhere. Security Task Manager Windows Processes Security Task Manager What is iTunesHelper.exe? Poop not harmful Mitchell Mulder Slams my laptop into system overload until I forcibly turn it OFF. dont listen to these people stephen glencross It's TOTALLY useless!

Nick COMPLETELY safe, required for iTunes, runs in background, harmless little thing! Lkm Probably needed for iTunes. Don't think this is bad enough to hate Apple... The company is known for its smartphones, tablet computers, personal computers, media players and smartwatches.

Count Monaco iTunesHelper simple tells explorer when to launch iTunes when the iPod is plugged in. It is a Verisign signed file. The connections to the internet may be to ensure the iPod software is up to date, but i've never had any random connections on my test machines (in which I tested fun...

Note that iTunes will sooner or later automatically re-enable the process. ITunesHelper.exe Recommendation : If this task is currently running, and you have iTunes open, leave it alone. Tested without an iPod or iPhone, and on a system with more than 1GB of memory, disabling it does not adversely affect iTunes loading times - but it may help on thecreaser Apparently, though, even if you delete it, it will regenerate itself after you've run iTunes a few times even if you do delete it.

Rob L it comes from apple's itunes. iTunesHelper.exe performs various functions, including supporting communications for iTunes, and allowing the player to launch more quickly when it is needed by preloading certain necessary files. Naca-Yoda It can cripple a the performance of a VPN connection to a work computer. Very convenient for me, as a/c adapter is elsewhere.

Anakin Skywalker It helps itunes load up when you have docked you ipod colin its making my computer crappy its saying msrwb.dll was not found and know it keeps poping up