|If it is "genuine" pest - as many virus utils seem to "think" it is... it would be wise to run a clean up routine - just incase...|
The link I posted was one of a few that besides stating the way it's regarded by virus utils, suggests that it's apparently part of the windows system...
I would be inclined to go a clean up checkout; and if the file is flagged as a possible pest, at least allow the virus util to quarantine it; and then see if it makes any difference to the performance etc. of your system as is?
Equally you could just choose to simply "quarantine" it, by copying it to clean flash drive, or a dvdr/rw, and then deleting it from the main drive. Then see if the system is in anyway affected by the file's absence?
But again a cleanout/checkout might/would still be a wise(r) option - even if you manually quarantine it and no apparent detrimental effects afterwards.
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