What is mcps.dll? Is mcps.dll spyware or a virus?

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1. Run Security Task Manager to check your mcps process
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Process name: Media Catalog Proxy/Stub

Product: Microsoft Clip Organizer or Microsoft Office Professional or Microsoft Office PowerPoint or Microsoft Office or Microsoft Office Visio Viewer or Microsoft Office Standard

Support: Help link   Update link   Uninstall tool  

Company: Microsoft (microsoft.com)

File: mcps.dll

This dynamic link library (DLL) is a component of Microsoft Photodraw 2000, a short-lived imaging program first released by Microsoft in 1999. Details on this now defunct package are somewhat sketchy, but the process appears to be related to installing and organizing clip art galleries within Photodraw 2000. It is likely necessary for the program to work properly.www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/mcps.dll.html 

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Average user rating of mcps.dll: based on 10 votes. Read also the 4 reviews.

  • 755 users ask for this file. 8 users rated it as not dangerous. One user rated it as neutral. One user rated it as dangerous. One user didn't rate it ("don't know").

All comments about mcps.dll:
Just software from the Voles Chris Heenan
This file is needed for installation of the Clip Art Galleries of the Microsoft Photodraw 2000 when it is installed in Windows XP  See also: Link Jonathan Dyer
Seems like it comes from Microsloth  See also: Link John Bartucz
Media Catalog Proxy/Stub  See also: Link Special

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