Remove searchprotocolhost.exe - how to permanently delete the file from your operating system.
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Removal guide for software 'searchprotocolhost.exe' on Windows (XP, Vista, Win7, Win8 and Windows 10) systems
searchprotocolhost.exe : How to permanently delete the file searchprotocolhost.exe from your computer.
First, please read this important warning: This article shows a general guide how to remove any file from your computer. It DOES NOT implies that searchprotocolhost.exe is harmful! Be aware of removing executable files from your computer without deeper knowledge of what you're doing. First of all, because of searchprotocolhost.exe is an executable, there is always a possibility that removing this file MAY damage the operating system or even your data.
Are you still ready to remove searchprotocolhost.exe? OK, let's go for it. Here is the guide:
- Create Restore point for Windows (not available in Windows XP). Restore point will help you to revert changes, if something'll go wrong.
- Press F3 key to open standard search window. Than type 'searchprotocolhost.exe' into search box. In couple of minutes, seconds if you're lucky, Windows will find all the copies.
- Try to locate program, to which the process searchprotocolhost.exe belongs. Than try to uninstall that program in a standard way.
For example, if searchprotocolhost.exe is found in folder C:\Program Files\Dummy game\**some subfolder**, it most probably belongs to "Dummy game" software package.
- If your problem persist and you are not able to remove file that way, go to the search results (step 2) and try to manually delete all the occurrences of searchprotocolhost.exe.
Note: If the process is running, you will not be able to delete the file. In such situation, you must stop the process via Task manager (right click on Windows task bar, select "Task manager". In Task Manager windows, click "Processes" pane. Than select searchprotocolhost.exe and press "Delete" key).
- Some malware can hide itself under different names (so-called 'clones'). To remove such self-hiding program, use specialized tool "EasyRemove" - see below
EasyRemove is lightweight and easy-to-use removal tool for searchprotocolhost.exe
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More useful links which may help you to know: if searchprotocolhost.exe is virus or not , how to solve typical problems with searchprotocolhost.exe error (more specific is searchprotocolhost.exe application error) Solve problems with searchprotocolhost.exe not responding. Typical Windows message: searchprotocolhost.exe high cpu. Damaged file: searchprotocolhost.exe is corrupted.
Main article: searchprotocolhost.exe
Security risk rating: N/A (not available)
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Trojan and malware info: N/A
Typical errors: File not found, An error occured in file, Not responding, Application Error 0x , Howto delete, stop, run, remove and find the file...
- N/A is an abbreviation for "Not available". That means that now we have no information if this process is harmful or not.
- There is almost unlimited numbers of messages that should appear while you're running the software. We selected only the typical ones here :)
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