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

How to fix Launcher.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your Launcher process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair Launcher.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware

Process name: PS QL Launcher or Blizzard Launcher or Uniblue Launcher or VistaLauncher or Acer Assist Launcher or Launcher MFC Application

Product: soft thinks Launcher or Webshots Desktop or Protector Suite QL or Blizzard Launcher or Uniblue SpeedUpMyPC or Uniblue RegistryBooster

Support: Help link [1][2]   Update link [1][2]   Uninstall tool  

Company: soft thinks (softthinks.com) or UPEK (authentec.com) or Uniblue Systems (uniblue.com) or Blizzard Entertainment (blizzard.com) or Sun Microsystems (sun.com) or HP_SDMS

File: Launcher.exe


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Users Opinions

Average user rating of Launcher.exe: based on 29 votes. Read also the 28 reviews.

503 users ask for this file. 15 users rated it as not dangerous. 5 users rated it as not so dangerous. 5 users rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as little bit dangerous. 2 users rated it as dangerous. 5 users didn't rate it ("don't know").


All comments about Launcher.exe:
UltraWipe is an advanced Windows utility from www.RedStrike.com, that enables complete removal of sensitive data from the hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns while recovering disk space. UltraWipe protects the userís privacy on the system and the Internet by automatically cleaning up the browser's cache, cookies, history, recent document list, free space, DRAM and much more!   MrJones
32 bit setup laquncher  
It's a file associated with RedStrike UltraWipe   JFRC
Webshots desktop icon to automatically change your dektop, calendar, screensaver, etc. Webshots is a nifty, harmless program.  See also: Link   Paul
If the file is here C:\Program Files\Webshots then its for WebShots a screen saver and wallpaper changer  See also: Link   aussiebattler
launcher for webshots desktop application  See also: Link   Stefano
This is a spyware that records keystrokes mouse activity   Katch Anra
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Webshots is actually a pretty cool program, if you like such things. Never had a problem with it.   FlamencoMan
Launcher.exe is used by SonyEricsson PC Suite   Smigle
It always tries to install itself when I open Webshots, one of my security programs says its spyware, I refuse install because if you don't want Webshots to automatically change your wallpaper, or use the calender it's not needed. It's lack doesn't affect the screensaver which is all I use. Any file I don't need that has even just the potential to cause problems...why should I have that. Webshots is very cool and I doubt they misuse it, but even if they do I don't care cause I don't have it.   Peter Jaxon
This is used in the Centra Symposium, it is also used for World of Warcraft. But, an exe can be named anything, if you have one of the two running It is no spyware risk.  See also: Link   warez
If the file is in C:\Program Files\Protector Suite QL\launcher.exe, it is a component of Protector Suite QL, a fingerprint reader.   W123789
Associated with Redstrike Ultrawipe as a tray icon to launch features of the program.   Newbie Brad
contains keylogger detects mouse movement   antivirus
launcher.exe is also used in some scanner programs such as the Epson Perfection 4180 Photo.   Major
Launcher.exe is located in \ProgramFiles\CommonFiles\Java and runs as part of the Java update process. If you've received one of those "update available" messages about Java, and agreed to download and install the update, the Launcher.exe app shouldn't be considered dangerous. If you're not updating Java, I guess you need to look at some of these other possibilities.   DDS
worldo f warcraft lancher  
There are different "laucher.exe" as noted in all the responses. I had two, one from SoftThinks, and another in my Java file. The one description for the one that came up on my System Start Up utility in Spybot may've been associated with either of these, but the description offered indicated DownloadWare which is not on my system. Therefore the red flagging of this item and registry key wasn't relevent flagging. In otherwords in my case, false alarm.  See also: Link   brasileirismo
It is installed on my laptop and caught by sysem mechanic 7 who has blocked it sayng it is part of spyware and the file is dangerous!  See also: Link   Elizabeth Bresette
World or Warcraft uses this exe for the pre-load screen.   Ralpharama
a snapshot of your computer utilized to send error message to microsoft  
Its a silkroad online bot called sroking  See also: Link   toxingting
I have never had any problems with it. It only became noticeable when I edited my startup processes and saw it. Nothing has come up since this, nor has anything of ill intent been associated with the file. I had not downloaded any of the mentioned applications that generates this file, so I honestly have no clue where it's from. It's not in any of my programs' core files, so it's definitely not necessary to run anything other than itself. I may look into it and remove it later if it's proven to be malignant.   JH
In hp preloaded software systems it could be a recovery disk launcher i would disable until needed until further investigation if you own a Hp.  See also: Link   Ariel
its slows ur computer down   richard baker
I don't think Uniblue's RegistryBooster uses this process, can check for more details about this software at the following location here.  See also: Link   Mario
Believe it came from ---"Warcraft/Rein of Chaos" game disc. install/play ~~~~. Ralpharama---Your're right......   JonJon

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