Process or task name:
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: systemsettingsbroker.exe
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What is it:
SystemSettingsBroker.exe is a program which would have arrived on your computer without you ever knowing it. The exact disk location where it should be stored on your computer is also shown below to verify it is not spyware or virus related, as many virus programs use similar names and just locate them elsewhere on your hard drive. Always check the proper disk location of your programs if you are concerned that they may be spyware or malware. This program is from Microsoft and this SystemSettingsBroker.exe software is called System Settings Broker just as the name shows.
It may appear in your tasklist on Windows running in the background starting with Windows 10. This is part of the Windows settings modules and it will not hurt anything to leave this program running. This file is considered safe and is not virus or spyware related. Visit systemsettingsbroker.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 systemsettingsbroker.exe location, where is it stored on my computer?
This SystemSettingsBroker.exe software program will be found at C:\Windows\System32\systemsettingsbroker.exe
Is systemsettingsbroker.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 systemsettingsbroker.exe considered a virus or trojan?
No, this Windows task is not a virus or trojan program.Would you recommend that I remove systemsettingsbroker.exe?
No, we would not remove this file.