Was ist PowerReg Scheduler.exe?

PowerReg Scheduler.exe ist eine Windows EXE Datei. EXE ist die Abkürzung für executable file, zu deutsch ausführbare Datei. Diese kann auf Ihrem Computer Einstellungen ändern oder schlimmstenfalls auch Schaden anrichten. Dieses offene Datei Informationsforum hilft Ihnen, wenn Sie wissen möchten, ob die Datei unnötig oder sogar schädlich ist bzw. wie Sie PowerReg Scheduler.exe Fehler beseitigen oder die zugehörige PRegScheduler MFC Application Software deinstallieren.

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PowerReg Scheduler.exe Datei Info

Der Prozess PRegScheduler MFC Application gehört zur Software PRegScheduler Application oder PRegScheduler MFC Application oder GBBD Caixa Economica Federal der Firma unbekannt.

Charakteristik: PowerReg Scheduler.exe ist für Windows nicht notwendig und macht häufig Probleme. PowerReg Scheduler.exe befindet sich in einem Unterordner vom Profilordner des Benutzers oder manchmal in einem Unterordner von "C:\Programme". Bekannte Dateigrößen unter Windows 10/8/7/XP sind 256000 Bytes (58% aller Vorkommen), 225280 Bytes, 233472 Bytes, 189952 Bytes oder 251392 Bytes. http://www.file.net/prozess/powerreg%20scheduler.exe.html 
Das Programm ist sichtbar. Es gibt keine Dateibeschreibung. Das Programm startet wenn Windows startet (siehe Registry Schlüssel: User Shell Folders, Shell Folders, DEFAULT\User Shell Folders, MACHINE\User Shell Folders). Die Datei ist keine Datei, die vom Windows System unbedingt benötigt wird. PowerReg Scheduler.exe kann Eingaben aufzeichnen. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 28% als gefährlich, aber vergleichen Sie diese Wertung mit den Mitglieder Meinungen.

Deinstallation dieser Variante: Bei einem PowerReg Scheduler.exe Problem können Sie das dazugehörige Programm deinstallieren (Start > Systemsteuerung > Programm deinstallieren > GBBD Caixa Economica Federal).

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Hinweis: Viren und andere schädliche Dateien können sich als PowerReg Scheduler.exe tarnen. Insbesondere, wenn sich die Datei in C:\Windows oder im C:\Windows\System32 Ordner befindet. Möchten Sie die Sicherheit Ihres PCs überprüfen, so empfehlen wir Ihnen die Software Security Task Manager.


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I believe it is produced by "LeaderTech" for Sonic and performs the Sonic Check for updates. On my PC, it also added a "Leadertech" directory under ApplicationData, which contained my registration data.
  steve   (weitere Info's)
It obviously comes with your palm. It came with my Zire 72. As such, I would expect it to be harmless. The reason I know it came with my palm is because of the registry key "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\LeaderTech". It looks like it could be something for the purpose of reminding you to registery your palm. Why the actual executable is put in the startup, I don't know, kinda weird. I can't guarantee this is harmless, but i looks that way.
  Trenton D. Adams  
selfextracted in startup
Program registration service by LeaderTech for companies like Epson, Palm and Adobe (photoshop). The properties sheet for the Leadertech directory in my Application Data directory was dated at the same time I had installed a new Epson all-in-one. It is safe to delete.
  Tim S.  
The file itself is located in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup. It has the same creation date as Hotsync manager, and got modified since then at the same time as well, suggesting it has to do with the hotsync manager, or maybe installed with Palm desktop.
I havent got a palm or anything but its been on my computer for as long as I can remember. It doesnt seem to do anything, and i'm tempted to just stop it loading at startup but leave it on my computer. That way, if it turns out to be needed i can add it back on, and if at a later date i find out its rubbish then it can go. It doesnt seem to do anything!
  T. Staples  
Harmless. You installed some hardware, software, games, burning program, or anything else that asked you to register the product, and you clicked "Remind Me Later" or "Register Later". It is added to your start menu so it can check the number of days against the system clock and detect if it is time to bother you again. Just register you stuff when you install it or DEAL WITH IT!!!
  leftysquid, "You can break anything that works properly - but I do it WITH STYLE"  
This program is loaded by many vendors to facilitate registration, update verification, etc. From everything I have found on it, it could be used maliciously, but is usually not. If you are worried about it, disable it from your startup and then see what it affects. If there are no ill affects, then remove it.
tried to get in by VN Virtual Network. Denied it access 5 x. Next day hit wrong key and allowed in. Got borg disassembler . This puppy is now sitting in my lap spilling it's guts. Someone is going to get it right back at them.
Registration reminder.
  Pete Peters  
This was installed by my Epsen PhotoR200 printer when I installed the software. It is a registration reminder. Once you register, the folder ApplicationData\LeaderTech\PowerRegister\PowerReg*DAT file has all the personal info in it that you filled out in the registration form.
  Stan Bode-O  
It comes with many different aps and is harmless but unecessary eats very little bandwidth You can not just delete the file as it is embeded in registry and windows system folder.Need a spyware remover
[copied from Leader Tech website] "Leader Technologies, provides a service that allows users of consumer products to register online (instead of mailing in a postcard registration/warranty form) the products they purchase from various manufacturers. If you have recently purchased and installed a product from one of our manufacturer customers, some of whom include Epson, Sony, Palm, Xerox, Adobe, Disney, H&R Block and many more, there is a registration application that runs during the setup or installation of the product asking you if you would like to register one of these products."
  Spud   (weitere Info's)
Powerreg Scheduler.exe appeared in my start-up folder. It is linked to the folder Power Register and the file PowerReg.dat located in the application data/leadertech folder. Data in powerreg.dat refers to registration reminder for a viewsonic monitor.
My AVG anti-virus found it during a routine scan after I installed my new ViewSonic LCD monitor, widescreen. It seems to have come up as part of the online registration during installation of the monitor software. I am not concerned with it.
It showed up once i installed the Palm Zire software on my desktop. It has to be for the regstration process, for i choose to be reminded later, then it popped up as a possible security threat 2 weeks later.
war nach der installation von black hawk down team sabre + updates im autostart.
Opens and closes iexplore.exe randomly, and exits my full screen apps. Recently installed software that came with brother mfc210c all in one printer. Also my kids play hasbro type freeware games, so...
Mine is installed with a subfolder for executive software diskeeper, which is my defrag program. Like others have said it seems to come with many programs. The tree is has a couple branches: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\LeaderTech\Executive Software\Settings, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\LeaderTech\PowerRegister\EXSW\DSK2\Diskeeper 9 Professional Edition\0323, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\LeaderTech\PowerRegister\RegReminders
im using a laptop. I think it keeps running my cpu to the max that's why my laptop heats up so fast. It also keeps my cpu busy as a result my apps so slow down. it just annoying. The danger is that eventually it will destroy my computer. So watch out for this virus. I used bullguard to detect it and delete it from my system. by the way it duplicates itself.
Even after uninstalling Palm software this software kept asking me to register my Palm. They should have made an option to disable this. Any software that continues to run after you uninstall it is malicious
Ubisoft registration
  cameleon   (weitere Info's)
This file might be installed to your computer after installing PC games to your Hard Drive. It is a reminder to register, and if you decide to register, it MAY take your personal information and use it against you.
ive only just noticed this, i recently installed a new webcam and red alert 3. just disable it by going to Run and then type msconfig and then go to startup and make sure it not start when you boot up your computer
  super man  
Logitech SetPoint
It is just a program that software company's use to register a product. If you have/want to delete it, you may want to see if it has left clutter in your registry in: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. Value name is: PowerReg Scheduler
probably part of NovaLogic and other games, if you registered before and said to never register it might justa have it around relatively useless application go to msconfig in run and disable it from statup
Every time virus removal tools DO remove this file my PC begins to overheat and shut down while under proccessor intensive tasks EVERYTIME. I must always take it OUT of quaretine put it back where it belongs and the PC is just fine again...
  Frustrated by Security software  
Powerreg Scheduler.exe is a spyware program that appears to be a normal scheduling program, but actually causes pop-up advertisements to appear on your computer, as well as collecting your private information. This program may also slow down the operation of your computer, and, if not removed, could combine with similar programs to cause system crashes. Read more: How to Remove Powerreg Scheduler.exe eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5192923_remove-powerreg-schedulerexe.html#ixzz1FJtNZ8Ar
  walter   (weitere Info's)
It came up in a Microsoft Security Essentials system scan. Found under the Win32 folder. When I pressed details though, it says this file lives in my Epson printer registration folder, so I wasn't concerned
kam mit der Installation von Malwarebytes Testversion und erinnert an die Registrieung


Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von PowerReg Scheduler.exe: basierend auf 142 Bewertungen mit 32 Kommentaren. 43 Mitglieder halten PowerReg Scheduler.exe notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 7 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 58 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 17 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 17 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, PowerReg Scheduler.exe zu deinstallieren. 37 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").

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Ein aufgeräumter Computer ist die beste Voraussetzung, um PowerReg Scheduler Probleme zu vermeiden. Hierzu sollten Sie einen Malware-Scan durchführen, Ihre Festplatte aufräumen (mit cleanmgr und sfc /scannow), nicht mehr benötigte Programme deinstallieren, Autostart Programme überprüfen (mittels msconfig) und Windows Updates automatisch installieren. Denken Sie immer daran ein Backup oder zumindest einen Wiederherstellungspunkt zu erstellen.

Bei einem konkreten Problem überlegen Sie bitte, was Sie als letztes getan bzw. installiert haben, bevor das Problem das erste Mal auftrat. Nutzen Sie den Befehl resmon, um diejenigen Prozesse zu ermitteln, die Ihr Problem verursachen. Selbst bei schwerwiegenden Problemen sollten Sie anstatt einer Windows-Neuinstallation lieber eine Reparaturinstallation oder ab Windows 8 den Befehl DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth ausführen. Damit wird das Betriebssystem ohne Datenverlust repariert.

Zur weiteren Analyse haben sich folgende Programme als nützlich herausgestellt: Der Security Task Manager untersucht den aktiven PowerReg Scheduler Prozess auf Ihrem Computer und zeigt anschaulich was der Prozess macht. Das bekannte Tool Malwarebytes Anti-Malware sagt Ihnen, ob die Datei PowerReg Scheduler.exe auf Ihrem PC lästige Werbung einblendet und so Ihren PC ausbremst. Solche unerwünschten Adware Programme werden oft von einer Antivirus Software nicht als Virus eingestuft und deshalb nicht erkannt.

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