If you are looking for AutoStartService, you have come to the right place. We explain what AutoStartService is and point you to the official download.
What is AutoStartService?
AutoStartService is usually found in Panasonic’s PHOTOfunSTUDIO file directory as AutoStartupService.exe file. PHOTOfunSTUDIO is a software developed by Panasonic for its digital camera such as LUMIX. There are three measures you can do about this program. You can choose “End Task” to end the program. Once it is stopped, the system tray icon will close. You can uninstall the program. It will be removed from your system as you follow the procedures for proper uninstall. You can remove it from StartUp so it will not restart or get started with your computer system every time you turn on your computer. It is visible as an icon status. It is hidden when not active.
The path for the executable file is C:\Program Files\Common Files\Panasonic\PHOTOfunSTUDIO AutoStart\AutoStartupService.exe with the parent process C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe, and its autorun is started from disk. It is not encrypted. Its disk space is 179.6 KB with memory usage of 19.5MB. One of its imported function is the import from mscoree.dll. You will find it in the Processes section of your Windows Task Manager. You can uninstall it by going to Start, select or click Control Panel then Add/Remove Programs.
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File types supported by AutoStartService
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Last updated: : October 18, 2012