If in doubt, don't do anything. vitaplena it causes system hogged to really slowed down eating my internet speed darkangel Considering realshed.exe isn't a malware yet. Unistalling now - and looking for an alternative to play these files -BP- it's a realOne file. It's part of the program.
Bloatwarez program that hogs system memory & may dominate CPU usage. If I want the program to play, I'll double-click it. Then the CPU-meter kicked in top and it was realsched.exe that caused it. Who knows what could be done with this info??
Real Player is gone...don't know the last time I used it anyway. Information gathering ... real claims not to use the info in a bad way, but it is spying on you. Oh, and if I try to listen without doing that, it jacks my internet connection.
Matt RealPlayer is evil Spyware. I read the rest of what others had to offer on these comments, as well, so if that doesn't work try the other's and good luck. And you're done. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware Process name: RealNetworks Scheduler Product: RealPlayer (32-bit) Support: Help link Update link Uninstall tool Company: RealNetworks, Inc.
This is a non-essential process. Rob As others have started, it's also taking 98% CPU on my Dell w/XP Kevin Dibb bin it , nothing but trouble and resource hog SloPoke real player , annoying update PhantomSteve It definitely uses too much CPU. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/realsched.exe.html BW and another 100% cpu damn thing screwin everything up!
Gary Just disable it. I read the rest of what others had to offer on these comments, as well, so if that doesn't work try the other's and good luck. Yaniv I know if I did not install it to run in that nature then I dont want it using my CPU time.Thanks for tip Craig. There were 135 processes, most from realplay.exe.
Have to use msconfig, clear cookies, and manually stop the process each time I want to listen to BBC radio on the internet. As a reviewer famously said : "The Ultimate Troubleshooter is like having a $100/hour computer consultant right there with you, every minute of the day, every day of the week, for kk It's as everyone is saying a CPU buster. Disclaimer It is assumed that users are familiar with the operating system they are using and comfortable with making the suggested changes.
I deleted it on my registry and all's well now. Evil uses too much cpu and slows system to a crawl kk sheesh if you dont like it just uncheck some boxes under preferences. As others have already noted, it's fairly easy to get rid of it. Kill process then delete the entry from the registry!
I didn't check CPU usage but my Athlon 2600 Win 2000 machine freezes at random with it running. Ethan Not only annoying and a memory hog, it isn't needed. In the System Configuration Utility window, open the Startup tab. To verify this, press Ctrl + Alt + Del to open the Task Manager window and click on the Processes tab to view all the current process running on your system.
Here's where you can get it The tiny $60 Nintendo entertainment system is currently sold out in most places, but you still may able to snag one...eventually. The executable is at "%CommonProgramFiles%\Real\Update_OB\realsched.exe" and may be deleted, I get no errors. Runs with realvideo/realaudio, but not required, just an auto-updater.
Real Player isn't even necessary at all, with the exception of a video link from a website that doesn't give WMP or QuickTime as another option.
Evil uses too much cpu and slows system to a crawl kk sheesh if you dont like it just uncheck some boxes under preferences. Rod It's a default, but not needed. On Windows XP it does cause any problems. The file size is 295,512bytes.
Annoying- cause my drive to only defragment to 50% after running all afternoon and night long Armandine the one process takes up nearly all of the cpu, and slows usage 2 Not helpful. haidee resource hog - deleted its registry key, works fine Moe Badderman It's nagware. Dave It causes 100% cpu usage on my computer.
Pewe Slows down internet browsing and tracks your online activity. I've been experiencing problems with popups but believe I've found the cause and it wasn't this. There are other media player programs available.