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Item Name: Apoint  File Name: Apoint.exe
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The Apoint.exe process is a component of the drivers, which belong to Alps Touchpad software for laptop PC's. It is used with keyboard to increase functionality, such as touchpad enhancements on keyboard. It also allows part of the touchpad to be used for document or Web-page scrolling.

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The Apoint.exe process is not an essential file to the computer system. But it is required by the Alps Touchpad drivers to run smoothly. It has no visible window. You should not remove it from the startup list. Otherwise, it will cause troubles to the Alps Touchpad functions.

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no user
Touchpad software for laptop PC's. For instance it is found on the Panasonic machines and allows part of the touchpad to be used for document or Web-page scrolling. Required for proper functioning of the pointing software but not required for the laptop to work
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jedduff
for dell laptop
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no user
Needed for the touchpad to work
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Mike Chambers, president@mc3s.com
his is an, MS Authenticode signed package which provides control functions for Touchpads manufactured by Alps (http://www.alps.com/). PROCEXP can be used to ID Authenticode signed drivers. GU should validate against WHDC info before allowing user ratings to skew safety ratings.  More information
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Mike Chambers, president@mc3s.com
This is an, MS Authenticode signed package which provides control functions for Touchpads manufactured by Alps (http://www.alps.com/). PROCEXP can be used to ID Authenticode signed drivers. GU should validate against WHDC info before allowing user ratings to skew safety ratings.  More information
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Mike Chambers, president@mc3s.com
1. Jedduff\'s comment is incorrect: it\'s needed to control settings for any system using the Alps touchpad, not just Dell. This program has a static working set of 1.9Mb; it\'s companion, Apoint.exe, has a static 5.9Mb working set.
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RADuda
Sounds like it should stay resident in Sont VAIO laptops as well.
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Michael Chen
Toshiba Touchpad use it too
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Bayada
OK: Sony Vaio Package
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Liam K.
Necessary for touchpads.
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no user
Laptop Touchpad
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DLiteracy
Acceso directo en la barra de tareas a las propiedades del Touchpad. Lo puedes eliminar pero para aceder a la configuración tendras que ir al panel de contro>mause>etc
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Prat
Its trustworthy process of Alps pointing device driver, necessary to start the driver on window restart, mostly associated with laptops as they need pointing device....
popularity 1 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
hyphenate
I use an external USB mouse. I would imagine I don't need this to open at start-up for that reason. I'm setting it to be delayed, where I can open it if I find it absolutely necessary
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michael
i also usb mouse, don't like touchpads, setting it for delayed
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cuty
this thing is to small to mention about turn on/off I think I just deleted this shiits out of system
popularity 0 negativ 3 report Report Abuse
lilian
touchpad for HP
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Dr Fronkenstein
To Stop Apoint From Running In The Backround, Click On Your Start Button, Click On Run, Type MSCONFIG InTo The Run Menu And Click OK, Click On The Startup Tab, Uncheck Apoint, Click Apply, Click Close, You Can Exit Without Restarting.
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James DeHut
very good
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NoThanks
Touchpad. Keep if you use touchpad; Disable if you do not use touchpad. Pretty simple enough to figure out.
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