What is point32.exe? Is point32.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix point32.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your point32 process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair point32.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: Microsoft IntelliPoint Mouse
Product: Maus Treiber
This process implements Microsoft's Intellimouse software. While not needed to get basic mouse functionality in Windows, it is required to access special features such as programmable buttons.
Get more detailed information about point32.exe and all other running background processes with Security Task Manager.
Note: Any malware can be named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk. If a "non-Microsoft" .exe file is located in the C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32 folder, then there is a high risk for a virus, spyware, trojan or worm infection! Check it out!
Average user rating of point32.exe: based on 40 votes. Read also the 30 reviews.
353 users ask for this file. 31 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. 3 users rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as little bit dangerous. One user rated it as dangerous. 3 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about point32.exe:|
|Microsoft Intellimouse Wheel Support Alex|
|Must have for extra button support none|
|an optional startup program when installing the intellipoint software, very useless, disable it to save memory|
|MS Intellipoint mouse driver honey|
|MS Intellimouse Button support: Needede to use extra buttons|
|This is a file which gets loaded when you install software i.e intellipoint for microsoft mice. you will find this program/process running in the startup, if you end this process from the task manager it then mouse will work in default mode with basic windows driver. So in order to get the assigned keys work for 5 button mice from microsoft you need point32.exe file/process running which starts automatically in startup and has comein because of intellipoint software from Microsoft. See also: Link Jitendra Phulwani|
|ms intellimouse software See also: Link anonymouse ms hardware user|
|When disabled, cannot use web buttons k|
|I would agree that disabling it does also disable the extra features of the MS Mouses. But why does it attempt to "call home" ? Zone Alarm goes ballistic about 8 times a day with this prog attempting to connect to the net. Random Driver|
|Microsoft Maus Wer|
|The program is needed for proper function of the associated hardware. However, the program does try to use your internet connection and 'phone home', the data it transmits and for what purpose is unknown. A firewall such as zonealarm can block these communications, however, over time the repeated attempts to get out could put a drain on system resources. If the programmable features the driver provides are not needed or important to you I would recommend uninstalling the driver and just using the default driver, or try to find a generic driver that will work with it anonymouse|
|so waht if it attempts to call home any firewall will block it and if you don't run a firewall you have more pressing problems than this mousey|
|ms intellimouse software shadow|
|I have ZoneAlarm too and it doesnt want connect to the internet, maybe just better set up of your firewall 4daPeace|
|IntelliMouse - also contains auto update, xplains why it is trying to break down my firewall.|
|Greatest software I've ever had! Configure it specially for a few games and even apps. Alex|
|MS Mouse Driver. Seems to contact MS server. Unknown datatransfer. Any good firewall can block that behaviour. El Ned|
|this file is associated with The microsoft for bluetooth, if its stopped the mouse will not respond to the extra buttons. its pretty safe as far as i can see, has not cause any system instability Trurider|
|completely harmless. why do you all repeat each others comments? KaytonK|
|It's a Microsoft Mouse file. It just exists and causes me no problems. I use Logitech equipment anyway. creasorjr|
|It is sending usage data to microsoft server, like that customer improvment thing with msn, but i must say "CONSIPIRACY!" dan|
|it's a driver exe Kic the master|
|needed to run MS mouse and keyboard special buttons LoRd|
|It monitors keyboard input on my pc. This is not a needed funktion of a mouse driver matt|
|it uses a driver trsdkd which causes shutdown to hang if you're running a personal firewall like ZoneAlarm. Techauthor|
|Yeah I was pretty cautious with this file at the start because I had just gone through a bad case of spy-ware. A system restore after cleaning and other failed attempts seemed to fix the problem. Its just a driver i haven't seen before. Also if you have a type32.exe process running that is for you MS keyboard driver. Agent SmithAK|
|If you have a 3-button mouse (ie mouse with wheel) then this program seems to make no difference. Which basically makes it useless to me. drg|
|microsoft connect driver.exe|
|It causes shutdown to hang since I loaded the Intuos3 tablet Lars|
|Onc in awhile, take 99 percent of CPU and slows my machine to a crawl until I end the point32 process. No apparent ill effects in ending it, and I use a 3 button MS mouse. fire|
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