What is AppMaintainer.exe?
AppMaintainer.exe is an executable exe file which belongs to the Windows process GV License Manager which comes with the Sofware developed by Grass Valley K.K.
The .exe extension of the AppMaintainer file specifies that it is an executable file.
Malware and viruses are also transmitted through exe files. So we must be sure before running any unknown executable file on our computers.
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We will check if the AppMaintainer file is a virus or malware? Whether it should be deleted to keep your computer safe? Read more below.
Is AppMaintainer.exe safe to run? Is it a virus or malware?
Let’s check the location of this exe file to determine whether this is a legit software or a virus. The location of this file is mentioned below.
File Location : C:Program Files (x86)Grass ValleyGV LicenseManager
To check whether the exe file is legit you can start the Task Manager. Then click on the columns field and add Verified Signer as one of the columns.
Now look at the Verified Signer value for AppMaintainer.exe process if it says “Unable to verify” then the file may be a virus.
|Software Developer||Grass Valley K.K|
|File Location||C:Program Files (x86)Grass ValleyGV LicenseManager|
If the developer of the software is legitimate, then it is not a virus or malware. If the developer is not listed or seems suspicious, you can remove it using the uninstall program.
How To Remove or Uninstall AppMaintainer.exe
To remove AppMaintainer.exe from your computer do the following steps one by one.
- If the file is a part of a software program, then it will also have an uninstall program. Then you can run the Uninstaller located at directory like C:Program Files>Grass Valley K.K>GV License Manager orGV LicenseManager >AppMaintainer_uninstall.exe.
- Or the AppMaintainer.exe was installed using the Windows Installer then to uninstall it Go to System Settings and open Add Or Remove Programs Option.
- Then Search for AppMaintainer.exe or the software name GV LicenseManager in the search bar or try out the developer name Grass Valley K.K.
- Then click on it and select the Uninstall Program option to remove AppMaintainer.exe file from your computer. Now the software GV LicenseManager program along with the file AppMaintainer.exe will be removed from your computer.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I stop AppMaintainer process?
In order to stop the appmaintainer.exe process from running you either have to uninstall the program associated with the file or if it’s a virus or malware, remove it using a Malware and Virus removal tool.
Is AppMaintainer a Virus or Malware?
As per the information we have the AppMaintainer might be a virus or malware because even a good file might be infected with malware or virus to disguise itself. So follow our tutorial above to check it.
Is AppMaintainer causing High Disk Usage?
You can find this by opening the Task Manager application ( Right-click on Windows Taskbar and choose Task Manager) and click on the Disk option at the top to sort and find out the disk usage of AppMaintainer.
Is AppMaintainer causing High CPU Usage?
You can find whether AppMaintainer is using Full CPU by opening the Task Manager application. Now find the AppMaintainer.exe process and check the CPU usage percentage.
Is AppMaintainer causing High Network Usage?
If the AppMaintainer has High data Usage, you can find this by opening the Task Manager windows app and find the AppMaintainer.exe process and check the Network Usage column percentage.
How to check GPU Usage of AppMaintainer?
To check whether the AppMaintainer is causing high GPU usage, open the Task Manager window and look for the AppMaintainer process in the name column and check the GPU usage column.
I hope you were able to learn more about the AppMaintainer.exe file and how to remove it.
Let us know in the comments below if you face any other AppMaintainer issues.