TAInstaller.exe HP Touchpoint Analytics Installer with high resources; disable or delete



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There could be millions of reasons why your PC suddenly becomes slow. This can be a Windows update or a red software installation or something that runs in the background and occupies all CPU cycles and memory. If you are in such a state, the best way to know what the task manager is running is. When you see a program that looks for places and takes up a lot of memory, it’s time to find out what’s wrong with it. Today we are looking at how to fix TAInstaller.exe HP Touchpoint Analytics Installer with high-resource problem. You can turn it off or delete it.

What is TAInstaller.exe HP Touchpoint Analytics



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When you look at the description of this service, it is written Collecting telemetry information used by HP Touchpoint Analytical Services. It sends the telemetry data to HP. It is interesting to note that HP distinguishes the actual program name from the service name. It is called HP Touchpoint Manager.

What does TAInstaller.exe HP Touchpoint Analytics do to your Windows PC 10

It slows down your PC considerably by consuming a lot of memory. Although you don’t see it all the time, a sudden use of memory by the program causes a big problem with the PC. It appears that the HP Touchpoint Analytics Client has been installed on computers without authorization. It must be installed in the background as an update for the Hp support or framework.

The application can start and stop many applications; these are customer service and installer, console window host, prompts, pause prompt, and so on. Some even report that the anti-malware service worked from time to time, followed by a driver installation that failed again and again.

Overall, it uses a lot of memory and heats your PC when you use other applications.

What does the HP Touchpoint Manager? 12)

This is HP software that allows administrators to manage devices. Many employees are allowed to bring their own laptops to work, and that’s where they use them. The software ensures that the device complies with all company rules in the workplace.

TAInstaller.exe HP Touchpoint Analytics Installer with high resources

You may have similar symptoms, but not HP Touchpoint Analytics or HP Touchpoint Manager on the Windows PC. Then let’s check first to see if you have it.

1] Turn off HP Touchpoint Analytics Service

      1. Type services.msc at the command prompt (WIN +R) and press Enter.
      2. Next if you have HP Touchpoint Analytics Client in the services. If it’s disabled over there.
      3. Double-click the service to open its details.
      4. Select Stop to turn it off, then change the start type to Off.
      5. Then stop the process from the Task Manager if it is still running.

2] Uninstall HP Touchpoint Manager

  • Go to Control Panel > Uninstall Program
  • Search HP Touchpoint Manager.
  • Right-click to uninstall and select Uninstall.

3] Remove HP Touchpoint Manager device

For what I read in the documents, you can remove your device from the HP Touchpoint Manager account during uninstallation. If you skip this step, the only administrator can then remove the device from the HP Touchpoint Manager web portal.

To remove the hard disk, you must use your account name and password. After verification, you can log out of your HP Touchpoint Manager account.

If your PC is not part of a device managed by the company, it is really hard to guess why the program is available on your PC. I’ve often seen people experiment a bit with OEM software, and if that’s why you installed it, it’s time to remove it.



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