Always double check your task spelling if you are concerned about spyware or viruses, as often they use similar spelling for these Windows processes and tasks: apphostregistrationverifier.exe
Exe program – Files with an extension of “exe” are executable programs.
- Real-time antivirus
- Quickly scan your computer and remove threats
- Block unauthorized attempts to access your webcam or track your activity on websites
- Keep intruders out of your network and check websites and emails are safe for you to open
What is it?
AppHostRegistrationVerifier.exe is a task that was most likely on your system the day you bought your computer, especially if you bought Windows 10 or later. It most likely was not installed by you. Always double check the spelling and location of this task which is shown to you below, as this guarantees you are not looking at a task which could be similar named spyware or malware, etc. It’s just smart to double check this to make sure it is the same task and same folder location. This AppHostRegistrationVerifier.exe software is part of Microsoft Windows operating system, and you will occasionally see this in your ctrl-alt-delete tasklist. This software verifies the apps and you should not attempt to remove this task or kill this task. This task is considered safe and is not virus, spyware, or adware related. Visit apphostregistrationverifier.exe for complete information on this task or process. If you would like help on other tasks or processes, you can view the entire process and task directory here.
What is the apphostregistrationverifier.exe location, where is it stored on my computer?
This file will be found on your hard drive at
Is apphostregistrationverifier.exe spyware?
No, this Windows task is not spyware.
Is this software task considered adware or malware?
No, this Windows task is not popup or adware related software.
Is apphostregistrationverifier.exe considered a virus or trojan?
No, this Windows task is not a virus or trojan program.
Would you recommend that I remove apphostregistrationverifier.exe?
No, we would not remove this file.