What is eulalauncher.exe?
The eulalauncher.exe process is associated with the Google End User Licenses Agreement. This process is installed along with Google Desktop and comes preinstalled in some PCs.
Eulalauncher.exe – File Information
By default, the eulalauncher.exe file is located in a subfolder of C:\Program Files. The most common size of the file is 17, 920 bytes. You may also find the eulalauncher.exe file in 18, 944 and 28, 672 bytes sizes.
By default, the eulalauncher.exe process loads automatically every time you start your computer.
Is eulalauncher.exe an essential startup process?
No, the eulalauncher.exe process is not an essential process and you can easily remove it from your list of startup programs.
Startup programs are those that load automatically at system startup. As the startup programs consume important system resources when your system starts or shutdowns, it is important that you let only essential programs load automatically.
“Cannot close The Google End User License Agreement (EULA) window” Issue
In case a Google EULA window appears when your computer starts and you are unable to close this window, remove eulalauncher.exe from your startup sequence.
How to remove eulalauncher.exe from the startup sequence
To prevent eulalauncher.exe from loading automatically, perform the steps illustrated below:
- Open the Start menu and select Run.
- In the Open box, type the msconfig command and press Enter.
- Next, click the Startup tab in the System Configuration Utility dialog box.
- Now, clear the checkbox before eulalauncher.exe.
- Next, click Apply to save your changes and then click OK.
- Finally, restart your computer.
If you do not require the eulalauncher.exe process or its associated program, it is recommended you completely get rid of this file. To achieve this, besides removing eulalauncher.exe from your startup programs, you will also need to delete the eulalauncher.exe file from your system.
To delete the eulalauncher.exe, perform the following steps:
- Click Start and select the Search command.
- Next, click All Files and Folders option.
- In the All or part of the file name box, type eulalauncher.exe.
- Next, select Local Drives in the Look in drop-down menu, and click Enter. You will see the search results in the right-pane.
- Right-click on eulalauncher.exe that appears in the right-pane and click Delete.
Is eulalauncher.exe a safe file?
Yes, the eulalauncher.exe is a safe file and is not known to be associated with any malware. However, malware programs, such as viruses, worms, adware and spyware often give their harmful processes the same or similar names as legitimate processes. That is why it is recommended that you periodically check which processes are currently running on your system.
To check currently running processes, press Ctrl + Alt + Del, and then open the Processes tab in the Task Manager Window. You may find similar program names running if your PC is infected with malware. For instance, eulalauncher.exe may be slightly misspelled as euulalauncher.exe, eulauncher.exe, or eulalaunccher.exe to prevent detection.
If you find any unsolicited process running, immediately perform a malware scan of your entire computer using advanced protective tools, such as STOPzilla Antivirus and Spyware Cease. It is also a good idea to follow up with a registry scan using an efficient registry tool, such as RegServe. This will help you in getting rid of any junk or malicious data that might be residing in the registry and causing different errors on your computer.