What is aaCenter.exe? Is aaCenter.exe spyware or a virus?

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Users Opinions

Average user rating of aaCenter.exe: based on 23 votes. Read also the 17 reviews.

755 users ask for this file. 6 users rated it as not dangerous. 4 users rated it as not so dangerous. 13 users rated it as neutral.


All comments about aaCenter.exe:
im pretty sure this has nothing to do with asus, and im treating it with lots of caution!   i-CONICA
part of ASUS PC probe II   ghostmaster
A utility from ASUS for monitoring their motherboard models.  See also: Link   Eric Johansen
C:\Program Files\ASUS\AASP\  See also: Link  
It is relatively harmless, just a PiTA. It is from ASUS, no questions asked.  
Deffinitely a memory leak issue with ASUS utilities. It happened when i installed it off the CD that came with my motherboard. once u open the program it just doesn't close all the components, probably due to poor programing or a glitch.  
Its the proccess for Asus ACPI Center. Its use to control power usage in ASUS motherboards. It gets installed when you install an ASUS motherboard health utility or if you install the ASUS overclock utility. Example of the installed program is ASUS PC probe.   Buck
It is ASUS ACPI Center used to monitor hardware   Harrie
Part of ASUS software for motherboard support   dj v
AACenter is installed with ASUS PCProbe II. It doesn't use an autorun, but the task scheduler to get started.   MH
Used by ASUS to monitor motherboards, comes with some flavors of Vista by default. Can use heavy resources, some say it is for ACPI power settings. This is in line with my experience and could explain problems shutting down and sleeping. Frequently crashes on startup for me, no crash after it stops running but I can't change processor %'s on advanced power plan settings.  See also: Link   Adam L
monitoring and adjusting your asus motherboard   Krispijn
Related to Asus AASP   MM
I get this when running ASUS PC Probe   GarytheGeek
Seems to do nothing i deleted it and nothing happend.   Bob
Asus software  
it was on my pc when i dident have any asus product in my pc case, and i saw an other prog of asus pop up allot, and i just wanted it gone, no uninstall option so did it manualy.so do you have asus, keep it, if not.   mike van der vegt

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