I know just basics about my computer. Sometimes I hear about how your computer (or just what you are using it for at the time) will work better if you shut down unneeded processes. If I pull up a list of running processes on my computer, I may recognize a few of them but many of them are meaningless to me. What are important and what don't I need? Are any of them things I don't want to be running? Or just the question of what is that process? Could it be harmful? This is a site where you can enter the name of a process and it will tell you if it is important, should be ignored, or if it should be terminated ie if it were a virus or trojan. I haven't checked out my computer with it yet, but sounds very interesting and possibly very helpful. Maybe some of our resident experts could comment on it. It is free. http://www.processlibrary.com/#
Checked and didn't find anything. But be careful- one wrong letter may give you a warning about something that could be a trojan when the correct spelling is an important process.