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iTunesHelper iTunesHelper.exe

Item Name: iTunesHelper  File Name: iTunesHelper.exe
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no user
Installed with Apple's iTunes for Windows. Uses ~3-4MB of memory and if disabled in MSCONFIG or deleted from the registry it will re-instate itself after running iTunes a few times - hence the reluctant Y recommendation
popularity 4 negativ 25 report Report Abuse
Kirke Johnson
I resent this program. I can\'t seem to get QuickTime without all this iPod excess baggage. I don\'t own an iPod and have no plans to get one. My opinion of Apple is greatly diminished by this marketing technique.
popularity 12 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
Ian
keep an eye this one it a file hijacker before you know it it has set itself as the prefered player etc. thats apple for you.
popularity 7 negativ 5 report Report Abuse
Landon
pointless
popularity 6 negativ 2 report Report Abuse
Nick
Don\'t care for the extra bloat.
popularity 3 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
Totally useless.
popularity 4 negativ 5 report Report Abuse
Cameron Motes
I don\'t think you do not need this, it is to make iTunes run faster, but it does slow down my pc but [Love iTunes]
popularity 0 negativ 108 report Report Abuse
Brian
It helps iTunes run faster. It\'s built in to the program
popularity 2 negativ 27 report Report Abuse
Brian S
All it does is make iTunes start faster/ It\'s not associated with iPod at all.
popularity 24 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
Steve
Pointless, get rid!
popularity 1 negativ 8 report Report Abuse
Lee T
Its safe, but absolutely not necessary. Switch it off!
popularity 3 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
Ajeeth
It allows iTunes to start automatically when an iPod is connected
popularity 6 negativ 12 report Report Abuse
afd
it really doesn\'t show much affect when starting up
popularity 0 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
jt
This is a waste of time. Dont allow this at startup as when you need it you can access it via itunes in the normal way. It sits redundant until you do this
popularity 4 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
no user
la gallina mellicera
popularity 1 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
M Jones
This helps iTunes; I like iTunes.
popularity 1 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
Pheonix
Piece of crap. Just slows down your computer, I hate apple but I need iTunes.
popularity 5 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
Danny
With it enabled, Itunes starts pretty quickly. Without it, Itunes would only start when an ipod is connected. Manual start did not seem to work. Even with the ipod attached, itunes took forever to start up. Also, I feel opposite of Kirk inasmuch as I resent having to install quicktime every time I download the latest version of Itunes.
popularity 4 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
Plaza
Ist sicher! Der iPod Braucht es wenn er an den Windows PC angeschlossen wird zum autostart von iTunes! Wer keinen iPod hat oder nicht synchronisiert Musik, Spiele, Adressen, Filme, Potcast und oder Bilder Braucht es nicht unbedingt
popularity 2 negativ 2 report Report Abuse
Uday
THis is safe and is required for auto start of iTtunes when you connect iPod. In case you disable and connect your iPod instead of iTunes you have folder view ie the iPod displays as external drive. So disable only incase you do not use an iPod for sync music/ games etc
popularity 10 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
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