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I need some paperwork from a court house and all they use is IE. WTF? REVO removes not only the programs you wish, but many of the leftover registry bits. Also, please download and install SpywareBlaster , update the program and enable all protection.

Ask a Question Make a donation All our tools, guides and support is completely free of cost. I did a manual update and it solved the problem. WOW. Thu Oct 16, 05:55:00 AM KimmyKins said... https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_vista/after-closing-ie-windows-iexploreexe-processes-are/a3b1536d-1732-4f63-92d3-8fa927946d80

Internet Explorer Keeps Running In The Background

http://www.howtogeek.com/forum.....post-49199 Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top LH Posts: 20002 This post has been reported. Fri Oct 05, 09:40:00 AM Clément Nedelcu said... ^ to the above. After it finishes running, start Internet Explorer and voila! Fortunately, it can be safely removed from the following link to vastly improve PC performance.

Good to know, thanks! To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I'm using IE 11 which some people said Option 3 worked for, but it didn't do squat for me.Does anyone have any other options, specifically for IE 11? Internet Explorer Running In Background Windows 10 December 19, 2009 Doug Hey I'm really glad tips like this are out here, I know we shouldn't have to manage our servers by methods of killing and restarting processes, but

SUCCESS: The process "taskeng.exe" with PID 15180 has been terminated. Thanks! But iexplore.exe suddently stopped running in background (n.b. This user needs ie 9 to use particular software for work.

If like me none of the above worked, you must try Kai Schätzl's delicious script. Iexplore.exe And Iexplore.exe *32 I worked through all the other methods without result, until method 8. Is there a way to turn this off, so that it doesn't slow me down? Dooden It is an adware/spyware....

Internet Explorer In Task Manager But Not Open

After a nasty virus infection I had everything working again EXCEPT IE 8 on XP. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/internet-explorer-spawning-multiple-processes THANK YOU Clement! Internet Explorer Keeps Running In The Background Reply Techexpert March 10, 2015 at 7:13 am Could you please give us its location as well? Multiple Internet Explorer In Task Manager Windows 7 iexplore.exe is a process also relating to the Avant Internet Browser, a free plugin for Internet Explorer which offers additional features.

join today (http://tinyurl.com/6j53ne6) ids (11676) Thu Jan 09, 05:30:00 PM André Santos said... itxbix I have it in TEMP, in Windows folder, and it changes its name if I stop it with task manager. Within about 1 minute IE8 was back up and running on my WIN Xp computer.THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH. Everything seems to be fine now. Multiple Iexplore.exe In Task Manager Windows 7

SUCCESS: The process "taskeng.exe" with PID 9364 has been terminated. pissed of at comps It appears twice in my Task manager, and seemingly creates an .EXE file in the "\Documents and Settings\ username \Local Settings\Temp" folder which cannot be deleted. I can't even blog on an iPad, much more on an iPhone. I recently bought a brand new computer, and I'm having no end to my Internet Explorer difficulties.

If this doesn`t happen then you iexplore.exe is prob a virus or spyware. Iexplore.exe *32 High Memory Usage no registration fees. Anyhow, it's midnight here so I will try the further suggestions from SkySoldiers and GeorgeV tomorrow and report back.

Little more efficient that way.

Lapeer Computer Repair Sat Dec 06, 12:00:00 AM Barrie eadric said... Even option 3, and I tried all 3 downloads. No, create an account now. Iexplore.exe Virus Your IE version will be downgraded.

I'll run this software every so often to make sure I'm not picking up any nasties. =P Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top Scott Posts: 5618 This post Method 6 : Re-install Java, Flash player, Silverlight. For those that are wondering why we don't just close the window, we're trying to forcibly close them without leaving any stragglers behind, which seems to happen all too often. Then I did a combination starting with solution #3 and then disabling IExplorer as in solution #2.

simone-italy I have this trojan and cant get rid of it, it opens two IEXPLORE.exe in ur task manager, and i dont even use IE, i use mozilla, and when u pictures, image, gallery, picture, photos, Quality Picture Gallery, photography, photos, pictures, galleries, desktop wallpapers, national geographic Sun Mar 23, 09:04:00 PM Anonymous said... So, switched over to GData Internet Security, which is reputed to have the widest malware coverage acc. None of these options worked.

SUCCESS: The process "taskeng.exe" with PID 8068 has been terminated. If doesn't fix,  follow next method. For some unknown reason, I have always had this problem on my main computer with Internet Explorer 9: whenever I want to run it, a blank window appears for 0.1 second Reply Rajesh January 30, 2016 at 12:51 pm I have struct up in IE .,it helped alot thank you for the support Reply Sree November 25, 2015 at 5:35 am Hi

THANKS Thu Apr 18, 02:52:00 PM Osiris Zuberi said... iexplorer.exe is a browser file. Ran new scans with GData. if this file is causing problems then you may be infected with a virus.

there are three viruses/trojans that use this name, so try and remove them all Sebbs well, i check my task manager on startup and there it is.... I have used at least six different programs including RegCure and still have not been able to get rid of it. Instead of running the file, click save and save it to your flash drive. Had to "UNinstall" the software that scanned my computer to get the app window to go away.

Solved Answer If you get this error message ‘Internet explorer has stopped working‘. SUCCESS: The process "taskeng.exe" with PID 5472 has been terminated. In order to proceed, either click the above link to download a tool that will clean up your IE settinsg, OR run the tool from your machine (yeah, the tool should