What is Flow.exe?
Flow.exe is a program used for creating flowcharts and establishing the sequencing of processes, tasks, or events in a business-customer relationship. It is designed to work with Microsoft Visio and can be used as an alternative to Microsoft Project, which does not use the Gantt chart view. Flow.exe can also be used independently of Visio as an add-in for Excel and PowerPoint applications and as a standalone application that can export its charts in image formats including BMP, JPG, PNG, and TIFF.
Is Flow.exe a virus or safe?
Status: Flow.exe is considered safe. It is not a virus and does not appear to be malware. However, it’s possible that Flow.exe could be a spyware or adware program masquerading as a harmless Microsoft file. Flowchart Software Inc., the publisher of this software, has used flowcharts since 1981 to create business plans and write proposals for Fortune 500 companies; it also sells them under the name Gliffy. In an interview in September 2005, the CEO of Flowchart Software Inc. said her company “sells several copies of our flowcharts software each day on average to people all over the world.”
Where is it located?
Flowchart Software Inc. is based in Los Altos, California. Flowchart Software Inc. also has its corporate offices in San Francisco, California, and a data center in Singapore. Flowchart Software Inc. has its software development office in Delhi, India, and provides support via a helpdesk in Texas.
How to remove & uninstall Flow.exe?
Flow.exe can be removed in the Add/Remove panel in the Windows Control Panel: go to “Programs and Features” or, if you use Windows XP, to “Add/Remove Programs.” Flow.exe can also be removed in the Add/Remove panel in the Microsoft Office Control Panel: go to “Microsoft Office” on Sourceforge (community-developed free software). Flow.exe is a free and open source project on Sourceforge. Since v1.0, Flowchart Software Inc., the publisher of this software, has released it as open source for people who want to develop or create plugins that work with Flowchart Software Inc.’s programs.
How do you stop Flow.exe processes?
There can be many instances of processes of Flow.exe running on your computer, especially when you have downloaded various programs from the Internet. To stop all processes related to Flow.exe at once, you can use the Microsoft Processes Tab in Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Escape). For detailed instructions on how to close a program using Task Manager, read How do I use Windows Task Manager to end a task or process? For example, if you would like to stop the process of Flow.exe from running in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
It will create an extensive list of processes and allow you to search for specific things such as “Flow.exe.” In the case of “Flow.exe,” you can see all running instances in your system and information on it, such as the name and location of the file where it is stored. Another way of finding processes and programs related to Flow.exe is to use a process explorer tool, such as Process Explorer, which shows all programs currently running in your system.
How to check if Flow.exe has high CPU usage?
If you suspect Flow.exe or any other process uses a large amount of CPU usage, you can check it with either Windows Task Manager or Process Explorer. To open Task Manager in Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP: press the key combination Ctrl+Shift+Esc. To open it in Windows NT and 2000:
Press the key combination Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
Type the number of the process you want to check for in the search bar at the top of Task Manager and click on “Find Now.”
If you are looking for an exact program causing high CPU usage, type its name into the “Search” box instead of a number. You can kill the process by double-clicking on the “Process ID” column, which will show you a window with a lot of information about that process, including the amount of CPU usage it uses, whether running or not and many other details.
Click End Process. You can also right-click the “Process ID” column and select “End Process.”
How to check if Flow.exe is causing high disk usage?
If you suspect Flow.exe or any other process is using a large amount of disk usage, you can use the Windows Disk Usage utility to find out what program uses most of your disk space. Click Start. In the search box, type “disk” and press Enter. Select “Disk Usage” from the list of items that appears. Note: when Disk Usage opens, it may look as if nothing has changed since the last time you ran it. It will be because it has recently been updated to show more recent information about your system’s usage so that it can give better recommendations for optimizing your system’s space usage.
How to check if Flow.exe has high network usage?
If you suspect Flow.exe or any other process is using an extensive network, you can use the Windows Network Utility to find out what program uses most of your network usage. Click Start. In the search box, type “network” and press Enter. Select “Network Connections” from the list of items that appears. Note: when Network Connections first opens, it may look as if nothing has changed since the last time you ran it. It will be because it has recently been updated to show more recent information about your system’s usage, giving better recommendations for optimizing your system’s bandwidth usage.