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WLNotify.dll is microsot WINotify.dll is not.


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Spyder Dan

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Well I saw a closed thread can be a common mistake when reading text WINotify looks like wlnotify.dll (WLNotify.dll)

The WINotify.dll is spyware and the WLNotify.dll is the legitimate software. I saw a wrong posting that was closed a link for the Proceslibray which does clearly distinguish the 2.

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http://www.processli...es=WlNotify.dll

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http://www.processli...es=WLNotify.dll

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OK... I guess don't trust processlibrary.com it appears they want you to get their software to remove it.

I looked further in to it to manually remove. There's a registry key. But WINotify.dll is part of microsoft.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910341

It's part of windows update so leave it intact.

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