wkscal.exe – Here is the scoop on Microsoft Works Calender as it pertains to computer network security. The big question: what is wkscal.exe and is it spyware, a trojan and if so, how do I get rid of Microsoft Works Calender?
wkscal.exe (Microsoft Works Calender) – Details
The wkscal.exe process is the Calendar component of MsWorks. It function similar to a traditional calender, allowing you to plan meetings and set reminders etc. If you find the MsWorks Calender useful you should leave the wkscal.exe process running.
wkscal.exe is an application that does NOT appear to be a security risk
Our process monitor database currently registers wkscal.exe to Microsoft.
This is part of Microsoft Works.
wkscal.exe is related to wkcalrem.exe, wkdetect.exe, wkfud.exe, wkssb.exe, mhputilu.dll, wkufind.exe,
WKSCAL.EXE – Disclaimer
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Same issue here, Windows 7 HP computer and I get multiple WksCal.exe processes running and crushing the CPU. I do not have Microsoft Works isntalled.
I deleted the executable and thought that would be the end of it, but it came back!
WksCal *32 keeps showing up in task process. I don’t have works or works caledar, but it keeps coming back as soon as I delete the process. If anyone has any way of completely getting rid of this.
I am tired of seeing the dreaded box telling me that wkscal.exe has not intialised.
How can I stop it appearing every time I start my computer?
wkscal.exe has my computer all jacked up. The CPU is operating at 50% because wkscal.exe is sucking up 50%. How do I get rid of this malware?
WksCal.exe 0xc0000005 appears every time I log onto Windows 7.
Do not have Microsoft Works 9 on the computer.
Why?? Even Microsoft can’t seem to answer this one.