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ok I had a relative download solid works etc. and now swBOengine.exe is always in the task manager processes. I know that this ex relative created hidden folders as well as created user accounts I have changed and computer workgroups etc.as well as microsoft outlook as my e-mail . I have researceh as much as I can understand , but How can I be sure that first this swboengine.exe is not runnung things I do not want run, 2nd how do I know he is not hijacking anything from my PC , I somehow had Russia as my locale , , but when I started deleteing user accounts etc now my locale is USA . also there are winRAR folders everywhere and stuff that is to big to delete unless i delete it in pieces , but first what is solid works and its swboengine
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I track this down after looking at your post history. First off Solid Works is a very expensive program. However they do offer a student version. If you want solid work it would be best to contact them. I have dealt with them before and they are very nice to deal with. They are also very protective of thier product.

When you say download the program, I can only assume that means you obtained it from p2p or something similar. You are experiencing the problem with this stuff. You don't really know what you have until you go to install/use it.

You should uninstall the software. Contact Solid Works for a legal licensed version.

Per GeeksToGo Terms of service, we don't support p2p, cracks, warez, or illegally obtained software. I will help you remove it or to get legal.
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