Uninstall.exe is a typical executable file that can be found after installing lots of legitimate programs. This file is installed on computer together with different programs for helping people to uninstall them when needed. However, it is not a core system file, so you can remove it if you think that it has been slowing the work of your computer or that it has been initiating other issues on your PC system. Here we must warn you that you should do that only if you feel that uninstall.exe is not acting as it should be because by removing this executable you can also lead yourself to various problems related to software removal. In order to double check this file, so you should firstly examine it with the help of RegCure Pro and see what it says. Typically, this file is located in the "C:\Documents and Settings", in the Windows Temp folder or in a subfolder of C:\Windows. Its size varies from 421,888 bytes to 64,512 bytes.
If uninstall.exe is located in "C:\Program Files", it might be dangerous! In this case, it can be related to such malware as delta-homes.com, MegaSearch and other potentially unwanted programs (adwares, browser hijackers, etc.). In this case, this executable can be used for launching these suspicious programs, loading some of their components and running a destructive payload. That's why you should always double check such executables as uninstall.exe and, if it is detected as malicious, remove them from the system ASAP. For that you can use SpyHunter or other reputable anti-spyware.
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