What is AppVShNotify?
AppVShNotifyis is an EXE (executable) file in Windows 10, 8, and 7 that stands for Microsoft Application Virtualization Client Shell Notifier. It’s a file for the Microsoft Application Virtualization background service in Windows. Some users can find that file in one of these folder paths:
C:Program FilesCommon Filesmicrosoft sharedClickToRun
C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Office (for users with MS Office installed)
What does AppVShNotify do?
The Microsoft Application Virtualization service makes software available via virtualization, which enables apps to run within virtual environments.
Its AppVShNotify.exe file is utilized by App-V to integrate virtual apps and make them available to end-users.
Is AppVShNotify safe?
The real AppVShNotify.exe is a Microsoft file that’s entirely safe. However, some unscrupulous programmers might proliferate viruses and malware disguised as the AppVShNotify.exe.
Thus, some users might discover fake AppVShNotify.exe malware on their PCs that cause error messages like:
Failed to initialize properly
AppVShNotify could not be installed
The real AppVShNotify.exe should be in a subfolder of Program Files like the paths shown directly above. If you discover an AppVShNotify.exe in a path outside Program Files, you’ve probably found malware on your PC.
How can I uninstall AppVShNotify?
- Yes, you can uninstall the real AppVShNotify.exe via the Programs and Features Control Panel applet. To do so, press the Windows and R keys at the same time.
- Then input this run command for Programs and Features within the Open box: appwiz.cpl
- Click the OK option to open the Windows uninstaller.
- Enter Microsoft Application Virtualization in the Programs and Features search box.
- Select the listed Microsoft Application Virtualization.
- Click Uninstall for the Microsoft Application Virtualization, and Yes on confirmation prompts, to uninstall it.
- Thereafter, turn off your desktop or laptop to restart Windows.
Removing the software is one way to disable Appvshnotify on your PC.
You can also remove software listed within Programs and Features with third-party uninstaller utilities. Some third-party uninstallers will remove leftover files and registry entries Windows’ uninstaller might leave behind.
This post was written by Matthew Adams and was first posted to WindowsReport
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