Multiple programs, software, services, etc need to run in order to run an operating system like Windows 10. There are several programs and services which is totally unwanted and do nothing but just run in the background, consuming memory and CPU usage. As a result, your system gets slow and there’s a lack of performance. Keeping that in mind, unsecapp.exe is one of the multiple processes which runs in the background unknowingly.
Many users reported that unsecapp.exe is consuming more CPU usage than usual. And some users totally unknown about the program and want to close it but they are unable to do so. Don’t worry as we got you all covered up, here’s everything you need to know about unsecapp.exe, whether is it safe to have on your system.
What is Unsecapp.exe?
Unsecapp.exe (Universal Sink to Receive Callbacks from Applications) is a segment of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) that is required by all the applications which support WMI programming. Unsecapp.exe is an executable file developed by Microsoft itself and consists of about 32835 bytes in size (may differ due to its versions) and is listed in Windows as Sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for WMI client applications.
What does Unsecapp.exe process do?
Unsecapp.exe allows the operating system to have communication between itself and the application to understand the process, and then represent the instructions of the program to the users via Windows notification services.
According to Microsoft, the crystal clear role of this program is to send results to clients, without permission it cannot be a DCOM service. Also, unsecapp.exe is used to connect or to communicate with other computer devices.
Where Unsecapp.exe is Located?
It is important to know that the unsecapp.exe file is a completely genuine file and itself developed by Microsoft developers. You will get to see the file at C:\Windows\System32\wbem also known as the System32 folder.
Mind you, there are malware programs that fake files and renamed themselves in the original file and located in a totally different location. If that’s the case, then assume that anything apart from the original location of the file is a virus or malware.
How to Delete Unsecapp.exe from Windows 10?
Mind you, you cannot able to delete or remove the unsecapp.exe files from Windows 10 operating system. This process continues to runs in the background which is important for Windows 10 operating system to work.
But even if you managed to remove Unsecapp.exe ( Sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for WMI client applications)., then your operating system will misbehave and becomes unstable. It will crash completely then the only thing that will be left to do is a complete Windows 10 re-installation.
As mentioned, we advise you to remove the fake Unsecapp.exe file which might be the malware or a virus that has swooped into your system. For this, you have performed a scan on your PC using security software. Third-party security apps will do the work but you can also use Windows Defender to perform a scan on your system.
Here’s how to perform a scan by Windows security apps when you are not using any third-party security software.
Step 1: Visit the Start menu and open Settings.
Step 2: In the Settings window, go to Update & Security.
Step 3: Now click on Windows Security from the left sidebar, and click on Windows Security located on the right pane.
Step 4: Under Windows Security, select Virus & threat protection from the left sidebar.
Step 5: Click on Scan options located on the right pane.
Step 6: You will get to see different scanning models and they are:
- Quick scan: To perform an instant and quick scan and only finds a comman threats.
- Full scan: To perform a complete scan, this takes one hour or more but effective to find mmalware.
- Custom scan: To perform a selective files and location scans.
- Microsoft Defender Offline scan: This will remove the malware which is uneasy to remove locally or by the other ways.
Step 7: Here, just select Microsoft Defender Offline scan and select the Scan now button to perform scanning on your system.
Just sit back and relax, leave the system to do its work. Your system will restart and begin its operation. The malware will remove or quarantined, you might need a third-party security app to remove the malware completely.
Does Unsecappp.exe consumes CPU, RAM and other High System Resources Usage?
Users do have reported that Unsecapp.exe consumes CPU, RAM, and high system resource usage. That could be due to the third-party service or app interacting with the original Unsecapp.exe file. If you have poor hardware configuration, means if your system is old then that might be the culprit. You probably have to upgrade your system or hardware such as RAM or CPU.
But before upgrading your PC, you can try out boosting your computer which will guide you in the correct way.
What if Nothing Works?
Unsecapp.exe which is also known as a sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for my client applications is an important service that actually Windows 10 itself needed to run the operating system. It’s not like the file is bad to have on your system, it might be consuming CPU and RAM usage due to the junk, temp files, or other apps which might be interfering with Unsecapp.exe.
If nothing seems to work as it supposes to be, one thing you can do is reset your Windows 10 operating system. This will not erase your data as the resetting option in Windows 10 have the option to keep on your system. Here’s how to do that:
Step 1: Visit the Start menu and open Settings.
Step 2: In the security window, select Update & Security.
Step 3: Click on Recovery in the left sidebar.
Step 4: Select Get started under Reset this PC.
Step 5: A window will pop up asking about your data, just select Keep my files, else you can select Remove everything.
Step 6: Just follow the on-screen instructions and you are good to go.
That’s it for now, hope this helps! We are glad to know your thoughts in the comment section below. Till then, stay tuned for more info.