UserOOBEBroker.exe refers to one of the executable files that is included in Windows 10 Operating System developed by Microsoft Corporation. The Windows version of it called 10.0.10240.16384 is usually about 44544 bytes in size, but the version that you have may have different in size.
- Name: UserOOBEBroker.exe
- Software: Windows 10 Operating System
- Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
- Expected Location: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Corporation\Windows 10 Operating System\ subfolder
- Expected Full Path: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Corporation\Windows 10 Operating System\ UserOOBEBroker.exe
- SHA1: 54343372629b306be6ae722109e515c55434d0cf
- SHA256: 8987ad781df8347736834904be53f877a19bbf357857a22e1d72838ba2ba30ba
- MD5: fa1fd12981dcdbcbfeb36843bf01bd
Here are the common UserOOBEBroker.exe errors that mostly appear on your computer:
- UserOOBEBroker.exe failed.
- UserOOBEBroker.exe Application Error.
- UserOOBEBroker.exe not found.
- UserOOBEBroker.exe is not running.
- UserOOBEBroker.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
- UserOOBEBroker.exe is not a valid Win32 application.
- Faulting Application Path: UserOOBEBroker.exe
- Error starting program: UserOOBEBroker.exe.
- Cannot find UserOOBEBroker.exe.
The UserOOBEBroker.exe error messages can appear during the execution of the thing related to the software program called Windows 10 Operating System, during the installation of the program, during the startup or shutdown of the Windows, or during the installation of the Windows operating system. When it occurs, it is important for you to note when and where it happens because all information will be needed when it comes to troubleshooting.
The .exe extension of the file name shows an executable file. In some cases, they can damage your computer. Please read everything so that you can make a decision whether the UserOOBEBroker.exe file on the computer is a virus or malware that you need to delete, or if it is a fine Windows operating system file or reliable application.
The first thing that should be done if you want to check if a certain file is a legitimate Windows process of a virus is to check the location of the file. For the UserOOBEBroker.exe, the path will probably be something like C:\Program Files\Microsoft Corporation\Windows 10 Operating System\ UserOOBEBroker.exe. If you want to determine its path, please open the Task Manager, go to View > Select Columns and choose Image Path Name in order to add the location column to the Task Manager. If you find something is strange, it is better for you to investigate the process further.
Microsoft Process Explorer is another tool that you can use to detect the bad processes. To use it, start the program and activate the Check Legends located under Options. Then, go to View > Select Columns and add Verified Signer as one of the columns. If the Verified Signer status of a process is included in Unable to Verify, then you must spend your time to look at the process. Keep in mind that not all good Windows processes have a Verified Signature label, but neither do any of the bad ones.
For those who are having a hard time to deal with the UserOOBEBroker.exe, you need to determine if it is trustworthy before deleting it. To check it, find this process in the Task Manager. You are encouraged to find the location of the file and then compare the size and the other things with the information about UserOOBEBroker.exe informed above. If you find something weird the virus may be existed and then you need to try to get rid of it immediately.
Can the UserOOBEBroker.exe e removed or deleted? Keep in mind that you must not delete a safe executable file without any valid reason, as it may affect the performance of the programs related to it. Do not forget to keep updating the software and the programs to avoid the issues caused by the corrupted files in the future. In addition, please check the driver and software updates more often to reduce the risk of the issues occurring.
ASR Pro is one of the best things to diagnose these suspicious files. If the file is considered as a dangerous one, the app will delete the UserOOBEBroker.exe and get rid of the associated malware. On the other hand, if it is not a virus and you have to delete UserOOBEBroker.exe, then you are able to uninstall the Windows 10 Operating System from the computer by using its uninstaller. If it cannot be found, you may have to uninstall Windows 10 Operating System to completely delete the UserOOBEBroker.exe. the Add/Remove Program function can be used in the Windows Control Panel.
What should you do if you want to fix the UserOOBEBroker.exe? One of the best methods to avoid the issues with UserOOBEBroker.exe is a clean and tidy computer. In this case, you are recommended to perform malware scans, clean the hard disk with cleanmgr and sfc /scannow, uninstall all the programs that you no longer need, monitor any auto start programs with msconfig, and make the automatic Windows updates enabled. Remember to always back up regularly or at least define recovery points.
If there a bigger issue, please try to remember that last thing that you did or the last thing that you installed on your computer before the issue occurred. To identify the processes that are the culprits of the issue, you can use the resmon command. Even when you are facing the serious issues, you need to try to repair the installation or execute the command DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-mage /Restorehealth on Windows 8 instead of reinstalling Windows. It is so good to repair the operating system without data loss.
If you need something to help you in analyzing the UserOOBEBroker.exe process on your computer, you may find the useful program called Security Task Manager. This one will show you all Windows tasks running, such as built-in hidden processes such as keyboard and browser monitoring or auto-start entries. A single security risk rating is the indication that there is spyware, malware, or something like Trojan horse. To detect and remove the adware, spyware, keyloggers, Trojans, malware, and trackers from the hard disk, you can use the antivirus. Any kind of antivirus is fine. If you need some recommendations, you may want to use Malwarebytes.
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