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Task List
Name

PROGRAM &
MANUFACTURER

WHAT IT IS
AND WHAT YOU CAN DO

g2aservice

g2aservice.exe

(Citrix Online LLC)

GoToAssist Remote Assistance service.  Background service installed by the GoToAssist software and which enables a remote technician to take over your PC as part of providing you with remote help.

Recommendation :

The  Startup Mode  of this service is set to  Manual  by default which means that the service only gets started as and when needed, namely when you authorize a remote technician to connect to your PC via GotoAssist.  Leave alone therefore.

Gamechannel GameChannel.exe

(Wild Tangent)
Wild Tangent Web Driver – Background task installed with games from Wild Tangent.  This background task notifies you of new or updated Wild Tangent games whilst also supposedly making it faster for you to access your Wild Tangent games – it will also automatically download in the background updated version of your current games (if configured to do so).  GAMECHANNEL will also show in the Task List of new PCs (2002), such as Hewlett-Packard’s Pavilion range, as they come pre-installed with demo versions of Wild Tangent games. Some Wild Tangent games :  Atomic Pop, Betty Bad, Blackhawk Striker, Blasterball 2, BlasterBall Wild, Cannonballs, Dark Orbit, Dice Jam, Excavation, Gem Master, Hit the Pros, Honeycombs, Kublox, Men in Black II CROSSFIRE (& Extreme version), SabreWing, Slyder, Snowboard Extreme, Space Rocks, Virtual Warfare.

Recommendation :
This task consumes Internet bandwidth unnecessarily and unless you use your PC primarily for games, you should disable it with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter  (our preferred method) – it is not needed to run your games. Another way to disable it is by right-clicking the Wild Tangent icon in the System Tray, taking OFF all ticks, and clicking OK.  Other issues with this task include problems with Internet access as a result of the task crashing in the background, and Internet Explorer crashes.  If you do not play any Wild Tangent games, you should consider de-installing anything "Wild Tangent" in the "Add/Remove Programs" in the Control Panel.
Gbpoll GBPoll.exe

(Roxio)
This is the GoBack Polling Service. Read GBTRAY below for more details on Roxio’s GoBack.  According to Roxio, GBPOLL performs background services in support of GoBack’s various functions and is essential to the good functioning of the product.

Recommendation :
You have it from the horse’s mouth :   leave it alone.  That said, both GBTRAY and GBPOLL have been known to prevent ScanDisk and Defrag from completing, so you may need to temporarily disable them with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter  if you want to run ScanDisk/Defrag.
Gbtray GBTray.exe

(Roxio)
Roxio’s GoBack System Tray icon.  In a nutshell Roxio’s GoBack provides the System Restore feature of Windows Millennium Edition, and now Windows XP, with extra bells and whistles.  A great product for Windows 95/98/NT4/2000 users where the System Restore facility does not exist, but not necessary, in our opinion, for Windows ME and Windows XP users.

Recommendation :
It is essential that GBTRAY is running for GoBack to work properly. Leave alone therefore.  That said, both GBTRAY and GBPOLL have been known to prevent ScanDisk and Defrag from completing, so you may need to temporarily disable them with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter  if you want to run ScanDisk/Defrag.

GCardSrvNT

GCardSrvNT.exe

(Gemplus S.A)

Driver Service for Gemplus USB Security Card Reader.  Background driver service installed by the software which comes with various Gemplus security card readers.

Typically those card readers will have been sent to you by your bank for you to use to authorize online transactions, or by some organization, such as the EPO (European Patent Office), again to authorize an online transaction, in this case the filing of a patent.  Without authorization via the security cards someone who might have seen/stolen your login passwords would be able to login as you but would not be able to authorize transactions, such as, for instance, the transfer of zillions of dollars to their accounts !   You will know these card readers under different names, e.g. Barclays Bank card reader, American Express Card Reader, etc...

Recommendation :  
Down to end-user requirements.

If you still use the security card reader in question then you need to keep this task running for your card reader to operate properly.

If you no longer use the card reader in question, then you can uninstall this driver through the  “Tools \ Add/Remove Programs”  option in TUT, or you can disable this service on the  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.

This background driver service normally uses 3Mb to 5Mb of memory.

Gcasserv

gcasServ.exe

(Microsoft)

Startup task for  Microsoft’s AntiSpyware Beta  software.  This task starts the Microsoft AntiSpyware Beta software at startup.  Then, once it has started, it continues running as a System Tray icon which enables you to configure the software (e.g. Enable/Disable real‑time anti‑spyware protection)  or start the main Microsoft AntiSpyware Beta program.

Recommendation :
Essential for the proper functioning of your Microsoft AntiSpyware software – Leave alone.

Gdrive Gdrive.exe

(IBM)
Startup Task found on IBM Netvista and Aptiva PCs running Windows Millennium Edition (Windows ME).  This task sets the drive letter for the CD-ROM drive to G: .

Recommendation :
The mind boggles as to why someone at IBM thought it would be a good idea to have such a program.  It causes nothing but problems, from the inability to access a network drive set to G:  by the fileserver’s login scripts, to not being able to choose a letter of your own for your CD-ROM drive.  Utterly useless.  If, like us, this task annoys you, disable it with  The Ultimate TroubleshooterBefore you do that, however, note that this will probably result in the drive letter for your CD-ROM drive changing, probably to something like E: or F:, which may affect CD based software programs such as games, encyclopaedias, reference programs, etc…

Gearsec

Gearsec.exe

(GEAR Software)

Service installed by GEAR Software’s CD and DVD writing software on Windows NT4/2000/XP PCs.  This service shows as  Gear Security Service  on the  Services  tab of  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.  GEARSEC.EXE is the driver part of the software which allows the GEAR software (through the GEAR.wrks API) to recognize and work with recorders under Windows NT4/2000/XP.  The GEAR.wrks API is used in GEAR Software's products and, as per GEAR Software’s website on 31-Mar-2004, it is also used in several 3rd party applications such as Apple's iTunes, Cakewalk's Pyro, Audible's AudibleManager and DiscWelder by Minnetonka, MixMeister, some Kodak products, 321 Studios, etc....  At the time of writing most users who have GEARSEC running on their PCs had it installed when they installed Apple’s iTunes for their iPods.

Recommendation :
This service is essential for the software that installed it.  Thus if you have any of the products mentioned above or on the following webpage,  http://www.gearsoftware.com/partners/ strategic/index.cfm,  then you need this service to be running.  There have been reports of slow shutdown caused by  GEARSEC.  When that is the case make sure you have the latest service pack for your operating system (at the time of writing they are Service Pack 6a for Windows NT4,  Service Pack 4 for Windows 2000,  and Service Pack 1/1a for Windows XP)  and  that you have done a recent Windows update.  Next, download the latest version of the software which installed  GEARSEC  (eg. the latest version of Apple iTunes) as it may have an updated  GEARSEC  driver.  If, however, you no longer use any software which uses the  GEARSEC  driver, then set the Startup Mode of this service to  Disabled  on the  Services  tab of  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.

GFNEXSrv

GFNEXSrv.exe

(ASUS)

ASUS ATK Generic Function Service.

Background service found on  ASUS  laptops.  This core service is the glue between the various background ASUS tasks which manage function keys, power, sleep, ACPI functions, and other functions that are specific to your ASUS laptops (as distinct to Windows functions).

Recommendation : 
Leave alone.


If you disable this service, a number of features of your ASUS laptop may/will not work, or will only partially work, including power management features, function key features, fingerprint login, and others.

This background service normally uses 1Mb to 4Mb of memory.

Ghoststartservice

Ghosts~2

GhostStartService.exe

GHOSTS~2.exe

(Symantec)

Norton’s Ghost Start Service which runs as a task under Windows 9x/ME and as a service under Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003.  This task/service gets installed if you install either the Windows portion of Ghost the standalone product, or if you install Norton SystemWorks 2002 or later and include the Ghost option.  GHOSTSTARTSERVICE is the background support task/service for Ghost for Windows.  When you use Ghost Explorer, or start Ghost tasks such as backup and restore, they are implemented in the background by  GhostStartService.

Recommendation : 
Essential for the proper functioning of Ghost for Windows (not needed if you only use the DOS Ghost program that also comes with Ghost for Windows).

Ghoststarttraya

Ghoststarttrayapp
GhostStartTrayApp.exe

(Symantec)
Norton’s Ghost System Tray icon installed when you install the Windows portion of Ghost the standalone product, or if you install Norton SystemWorks 2002 or later and include the Ghost option.  This big "Ghost" icon enables you to access the Norton Ghost functions from the System Tray.

Recommendation :
Down to end-user preference. You can disable/enable this icon with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.

Gigabit

Gigabit.exe

(???)

You have the   W32.Beagle.U@mm \  W32/Bagle.U@mm   virus.

Gisdnlog GISDNLog.exe

(British Telecom)
ISDN Connection Event Recorder.  This task is installed by the drivers for BT’s USB ISDN modems which come integrated with the ISDN wall socket – it appears as an icon in the System Tray.  If you click on the icon you can see if you are connected, how many channels you are using, the number of bytes transmitted, etc...

Recommendation :
This task is often responsible for shutdown problems (the PC will not shut down fully) under Windows 9x/ME, and possibly under Windows 2000/XP as well – yet it is not needed for the ISDN modem to function properly. Disable with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.
Gmt GMT.exe

(Gator)
Background program which is part of the Gator GAIN software (Gator Advertising and Information Network).  Gator GAIN is what we call adware (advertising spyware).  Gator GAIN is used by software manufacturers to enable them to offer you the FREE use of their software – instead, they receive advertising revenue through the advertisements displayed by the Gator GAIN add-on whenever you are using their software.

Recommendation :
We are against all adware.  Download SpyBot Search & Destroy from our Downloads area and use it to remove Gator and any other adware or spyware.  Note, however, that in some cases removing adware will totally disable the application which installed it, and this maybe an application which is important to you, so you may want to initially only disable this with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter  while you ascertain how Gator Gain got into your PC.

GNConfig

GNConfig.exe

(Gigabyte)

Gigabyte Configuration Utility for onboard wireless network adapter.  System Tray icon found on PCs based on Gigabyte motherboards with an onboard Wi‑Fi network adapater, and which provides a visual feedback as to the strength of your wireless connection and which also enables you to configure your wireless adapter to discover and connect to available wireless networks.

Recommendation :
Down to end-user requirements.  If you do not use your PC’s onboard wireless adapter, then you can disable this task on the  Startups  tab of  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.  Otherwise keep – there is nothing like having an instantly recognizable visual confirmation of the state of your wireless connection, and this icon certainly does that.  Additionally, it is extremely useful to be able to access the wireless configuration utility straight from this System Tray icon whenever needed.

This background utility normally uses 3Mb to 9Mb of memory.

GoogleDesktop
Manager

GoogleDesktop Manager.exe


(Google)

Google Desktop Manager.  Service installed by Google Desktop Search.  This service is installed with a  Startup Mode  of  Manual  and only runs in the background when Google Desktop Search needs to perform specific functions.  Once those tasks are performed this program, GoogleDesktopManager.exe, stops.

Recommendation :
Leave alone – this program runs only as and when needed.

GoogleQuick
SearchBox

GoogleQuick
SearchBox.exe

(Google)

You have the   Google Quick Search Box   feature of the Google Toolbar enabled.  The  Google Quick Search Box  is effectively a Quick Launch Bar-like item which sits on the Taskbar and which enables the user to start searches directly from the Taskbar.  You can search the Internet, or start a program by typing the first few letters of the program, e.g.  “wor”  for Microsoft Word, or you can search for files on your hard disk.  You call up the  Google Quick Search Box  by hitting the Ctrl key twice.

Recommendation :
Down to end-user requirements.

Given that most users have their Internet browser open at all times, in the background when they are using another program, we do not see much value in the Google Quick Search Box as one can switch to the Internet browser as quickly as one presses Ctrl twice.  The only value, as far as we can see, is if you want to use the  Google Quick Search Box  to search for files on your hard disk.  Additionally the  Google Quick Search Box  can often consume disproportionate amounts of resources in comparison to its usefulness (in our opinion) – at the time of writing, 22-Aug-2009, it can use anything from 9Mb to 38Mb of memory.

You can disable the  Google Quick Search Box  on the  Startups  tab of  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.

Gosync GoSync.exe

(Zita Farm Ltd)
GoSync System Tray icon.  GoSync is a nifty piece of software which makes it significantly easier to HotSync your Palm PDA.

Recommendation :
The System Tray is the best place for GoSync.

GREGsvc

GREGsvc.exe

(Acer)

Acer Global Registration service.  Service found on Acer laptops and PCs and whose role is to remind you to register your Acer computer with Acer.  It pops up a reminder from time to time and you can decide to ignore it, get it to remind you later, or get it to remind you periodically.

Recommendation :
Save yourself precious memory and resources by dealing with this straight away.  If you want to register your new Acer laptop or PC, do so straight away.  Then, immediately disable this background service by setting its  Startup Mode  to  Disabled  on the  Services  tab of  The Ultimate Troubleshooter  as you will never again need this program running on your laptop / PC.

This background service normally uses 3Mb to 5Mb of memory.

Grpconv

GrpConv.exe

(Microsoft)

Windows Program Group Converter.  This utility is called upon by Windows 95/98/ME during the Setup phase, or when upgrading from Windows 3.1 where it converts the Windows 3.1 groups to folders.  An interesting tip to memorize :  GRPCONV /S (in the "Start \ Run" box) will recreate all the standard Start Menu folders which normally get created when you first install Windows 95/98/ME – good to know when you have standard Windows "Start \ Programs" program folders which have disappeared.

Recommendation : 
GRPCONV never normally appears on the Task List. However it gets executed when you install software which, at the end of the installation, creates "Program Groups" through the old Windows 3.1x techniques rather than through Win9x/ME techniques, typically driver type software.  When this happens GRPCONV takes over and automatically converts the new program group to a "Start Menu" program folder.  During that conversion you may briefly see GRPCONV in your Task List, or it may remain there after the conversion. It is harmless.

Grpwise GrpWise.exe

(Novell)
This is the Novell GroupWise e-mail and calendaring software which you currently have open.
Gsyno Gsyno.exe

(FHLP – BeWan)
This task is installed by the drivers for BT’s USB ISDN modems which come integrated with the ISDN wall socket.  These ISDN modems are originally made by FHLP-BeWan, and re-badged by BT.

Recommendation :
This task is essential for the proper functioning of the ISDN modem.  Even if you disable it with  The Ultimate Troubleshooter, it gets re-entered as a startup item, so leave it alone.

GuardGui

GuardGui.exe

(Ashampoo GmbH)

Ashampoo Antivirus System Tray icon.  Program which displays an icon in the System Tray through which you can access all the features of your  Ashampoo Antivirus  security program.  This program also displays alerts and information messages.

Recommendation :
Keep – It is important to always have a constant visual status of your antivirus program, and it is also important to be able to access its facilities instantly from the System Tray.  This program normally uses 4Mb to 7Mb of memory.

gwdca

gwdca.exe

(Novell)

Novell GroupWise Document Conversion Agent (GWDCA).  Background program, spawned by the GroupWise Post Office Agent (GWPOA) and whose job is to index all emails and their attachments in order to enable users to quickly find emails through searches.  As the Post Office Agent is multi-threaded you may see more than one instance of this process on the Tasks tab of TUT depending on how many simultaneous emails the Post Office Agent is dealing with at the time.

Recommendation :
This is an essential background program for the proper functioning of your GroupWise server.  Leave alone therefore.

This background program normally uses anything from 4Mb to 10Mb of memory for each instance of this program seen in the Task List.

gwdva

gwdva.exe

(Novell)

Novell GroupWise Document Viewer Agent (GWDVA).  Background program, spawned by the GroupWise Post Office Agent (GWPOA) and where one of its jobs is to assist in the indexing of emails and their attachments in order to enable users to quickly find emails through searches.  Another one of its jobs is to enable GroupWise Webaccess users to view email attachments.  As the Post Office Agent is multi‑threaded you may see more than one instance of this process on the Tasks tab of TUT depending on how many simultaneous emails the Post Office Agent is dealing with at the time.

Recommendation :
This is an essential background program for the proper functioning of your GroupWise server.  Leave alone therefore.

This background program normally uses anything from 6Mb to 7Mb of memory for each instance of this program seen in the Task List.

Gwhotkey GWHotkey.exe

(BillP Studios)
GWHotkey is the Control Panel application for Gateway’s Multi-function Keyboards which are standard equipment on most Gateway multimedia PCs.  It controls all the extra customisable keys at the top of the keyboard and enables you to configure them for one-key access to various functions such as e-mail, Internet access, CD Playing, DVD playing, volume control.

Recommendation :
Properly configured multi-function keyboards backed up by good quality configuration software can significantly increase productivity for users who often switch between applications, or they can significantly ease the learning curve for very young children or older first-time computer users.  The decision is yours, therefore, as to whether you wish to retain GWHOTKEY.  Note that, as with many multifunction keyboard software, there can sometimes be conflicts between GWHOTKEY and specific applications.  If you encounter such a conflict, disable GWHOTKEY in  The Ultimate Troubleshooter, or de-install the GWHOTKEY software through "Add/Remove Programs".

GWIA

GWIA.exe

(Novell)

Novell GroupWise Internet Agent (GWIA).  Internet Agent engine for the GroupWise Email and Calendaring server software.  This process handles the sending and receiving of Internet emails.  It also handles all IMAP communications between your GroupWise server and your mobile devices (cellphones, tablets, etc..).

Recommendation :
This is an essential background program for the proper functioning of your GroupWise server.  Leave alone therefore.

This program, which can be run as a front-end program or as a background service, normally uses anything from 30Mb to 200Mb of memory.

Gwmdmmsg GWMdmMsg.exe

(Gateway)
Gateway Modem Messaging Application.  Background task installed with the drivers for Gateway modems on Gateway PCs.

Recommendation :
We have no idea as to what it really does.  However, in our experience, disabling this task has no adverse effect whatsoever on the operation of your Gateway modem.
Gwmdmpi GWMdmPi.exe

(Gateway)
GWMDMPI is a software patch (fix) for internal modems on Gateway 450 and 500 series laptops.  It fixes a problem in Windows XP where the audio settings of your modem are not remembered unless you install this fix.

Recommendation :
Essential, leave it alone.

GWMonitor

GWMonitor.exe

(Symantec)

System Tray icon for the   PC Anywhere Remote Connections   indicator.

Recommendation :
Down to end-user requirements.

This icon is only of use if you have support technicians connecting to your PC while you may be using it, as it notifies you of incoming connections and it also allows you to monitor those connections.

If you are the sole user of  PC Anywhere  into this PC (ie. you use PC Anywhere to connect remotely to your PC), and PC Anywhere is set up in secure mode (there is a username and password), then you do not need this icon to be running and you can disable it on the  Startups  tab of  The Ultimate Troubleshooter.

This monitor program normally uses 6Mb to 9Mb of memory.

GWMTA

GWMTA.exe

(Novell)

Novell GroupWise Message Transfer Agent (GWMTA).  Message Transfer Agent engine for the GroupWise Email and Calendaring server software.  This process handles the implementation of administrative changes made through ConsoleOne, such as the reconfiguration of the various GroupWise server agents, new users, new email addresses, GroupWise upgrades, installation of new features on your GroupWise server (e.g. GroupWise Webaccess), etc....

Recommendation : 
This is an absolutely essential background program for the proper functioning of your GroupWise server.  Leave alone therefore.

This program, which can be run as a front-end program or as a background service, normally uses anything from 30Mb to 50Mb of memory depending on how large your GroupWise system is.

GWPOA

GWPOA.exe

(Novell)

Novell GroupWise Post Office Agent (GWPOA).  The most important process of your GroupWise Server installation.  This is the Post Office Agent which all users connect to when they run GroupWise.  It handles pretty much most things, from serving out emails and calendars, to housekeeping, IMAP communictions, etc...

Recommendation :
This is the most important essential program for the proper functioning of your GroupWise server.  Leave alone therefore.

This program, which can be run as a front-end program or as a background service, normally uses anything from 100Mb to 300Mb of memory depending on how large your GroupWise system is.

GWSync

GWSync.exe

(Novell)

GroupWise Sync  background program.  This program runs in the background on PCs where the GroupWise email program has been installed.

One of the great features of GroupWise from version 8.0 onwards is that, in addition to their GroupWise emails, users can also manage various other POP3, IMAP, and newsgroup accounts that they have (e.g. a GMAIL and Yahoo accounts, etc...) within their GroupWise client so that they have all their emails, corporate and personal, in the same program.  The GroupWise Sync background program is the program which enables all that to happen as its job is to connect to those POP, IMAP, and Newsgroup accounts to pick up/send emails.

Recommendation :   Essential for the proper functioning of your GroupWise program – Leave alone therefore.

This background program uses anything from 8Mb to 45Mb of memory.

GWX.exe

GWX.exe

(Microsoft)

Windows 10 Notification Task.  Task surreptitiously installed when you do a Windows Update after 1-June-2015 on a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 PC.

This background task has no other purpose than to display a popup reminder in the System Tray telling you that Windows 10 will soon be available for download, or is available for download (post 29-July-2015).  Eventually, when Windows 10 is available, you will be able to download the upgrade for free until 29-Jul-2016.

This is definitely an underhand practice by Microsoft – for those who like to do manual Windows Updates and who like to review each update before installing it, this one is disguised as an  Important Update  with no information provided on what it actually does, and all it ends up being is an advertisement for the next version of Windows !   It is practices like this which result in many users not trusting even companies as renowned as Microsoft.

Recommendation :
Down to end-user preference.

Obviously, once it is installed it is your choice as to whether you want to keep this reminder running or not.

If you do  not  want this popup constantly running, then you will need to uninstall the  Windows Update KB3035583.  To do this go to  Control Panel \ Windows Updates  and then click on  Installed Updates  in the bottom left corner.  Locate update  KB3035583  and then click on it and choose the  Uninstall  option.

This background program normally uses 1Mb to 6Mb of memory.


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G.exe,  G_Server.exe,  G0mez.vbs,  G2AudioH.exe,  G2comm.exe,  G2host.exe,  G2mainh.exe,  G2mlauncher.exe,  G2mstart.exe,  G2pre.exe,  G2printh.exe,  G2ProcessFactory.exe,  G2svc.exe,  G2Tray.exe,  G2viewer.exe,  G7dcamon.exe,  G7dccoms.exe,  GA311.exe,  GA511.exe,  GAIM.exe,  Game.exe,  .vbs,  GamesAppService.exe,  GameConsole-wt.exe,  GamesAppIntegrationService.exe,  GBMAgent.exe,  GCardSrv.exe,  gcasDtServ.exe,  Gcc.exe,  GDFirewallTray.exe,  GDFwSvc.exe,  GDFwSvcx64.exe,  GDScan.exe,  GEAR311T.exe,  Generic.exe,  GetFlash.exe,  GetRight.exe,  GgamesLicSvc.exe,  Ggviewer.exe,  Ggviewer67-2.exe,  Ggviewer67-14.exe,  Ggviewer67-20.exe,  Ggviewer67-22.exe,  Ggviewer67-23.exe,  Ggviewer67-24.exe,  Ggviewer64-29.exe,  Ggviewer67-38.exe,  Ggviewer67-4.exe,  Ggviewer67-42.exe,  Ggviewer67-45.exe,  Ggviewer67-46.exe,  Ggviewer67-50.exe,  Ggviewer67-56.exe,  Ggviewer67-58.exe,  Ggviewer67-6.exe,  Ggviewer67-67.exe,  Ggviewer67-68.exe,  Ggviewer67-7.exe,  Ggviewer67-75.exe,  Ggviewer67-76.exe,  Ggviewer67-78.exe,  Ggviewer67-79.exe,  Ggviewer67-80.exe,  Ggviewer67-84.exe,  Ggviewer67-9.exe,  Ggviewer67-91.exe,  Ggviewer67-93.exe,  Ggviewer67-96.exe,  Ggviewer81-2.exe,  Ggviewer81-20.exe,  Ggviewer81-22.exe,  Ggviewer81-25.exe,  Ggviewer81-26.exe,  Ggviewer81-3.exe,  Ggviewer81-31.exe,  GgViewer81-33.exe,  Ggviewer81-39.exe,  Ggviewer81-45.exe,  Ggviewer81-49.exe,  Ggviewer81-50.exe,  Ggviewer81-56.exe,  Ggviewer81-59.exe,  Ggviewer81-63.exe,  Ggviewer81-64.exe,  Ggviewer81-7.exe,  Ggviewer81-78.exe,  Ggviewer81-87.exe,  Ggviewer81-94.exe,  Ggviewer81-96.exe,  Ggviewer81-97.exe,  GhostTray.exe,  GIANTAntiSpywareMain.exe,  GIANTAntiSpywareUpdater.exe,  Gigabyte.exe,  Givohise.exe,  GKBLA.exe,  Gld.exe,  GMW5.exe,  GMW6.exe,  GNabcoms.exe,  Gnotify.exe,  Gog.exe,  GoldWave.exe,  GoLive.exe,  GoodSync.exe,  GoogleCalendarSync.exe,  GoogleCrashHandler.exe,  GoogleDesktop.exe,  GoogleDesktopDisplay.exe,  GoogleDesktopCrawl.exe,  GoogleDesktopIndex.exe,  GoogleDesktopMail.exe,  GoogleDesktopOE.exe,  GoogleEarth.exe,  GoogleQuickSearchBox.exe,  GoogleTalk.exe,  GoogleToolbarNotifier.exe,  GoogleToolbarUser_32.exe,  GoogleUpdate.exe,  GoogleUpdater.exe,  GoogleUpdaterService.exe,  GoogleWebAccClient.exe,  GoogleWebAccWarden.exe,  Gopcsrv.exe,  GravitixService.exe,  GREG.exe,  GregHSRW.exe,  GridVistaU.exe,  Groove.exe,  GrooveAuditService.exe,  GrooveMonitor.exe,  Gsicon.exe,  GStudio.exe,  GS-Server.exe,  GSvr.exe,  Guard.exe,  GuruNet.exe,  GWInkMonitor.exe,  Gwwgtp.exe
 

  

 

 

 

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