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Q: What is slowing down my computer? ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: What is slowing down my computer?
Category: Computers > Security
Asked by: openworld-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 22 Sep 2002 13:53 PDT
Expires: 22 Oct 2002 13:53 PDT
Question ID: 67883
The performance of my Win2000 computer is suffering because some
processes are running in the background.  The active processes are
Etischd2.exe, PropMSvr.exe, and DexEng2.exe.  I've done Google
searches but get no hits when I try to find out which application is
associated with these processes. I have an up to date Norton AntiVirus
so it probably
isn't a virus or worm. I do use a program called Franklin Covey
OnePlace that indexes emails and word processing documents, but the
Windows Task Manager does not show it active as an application.  Can
you tell me which application is launching these processes?
Subject: Re: What is slowing down my computer?
Answered By: rico-ga on 23 Sep 2002 06:05 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi openworld,

All three of those executables are associated with an application from
Enfish Technology, what was apparently at one time called "Onespace"
but now is known as "Enfish Personal" according to a meta-search I did
through Kartoo (, using the search terms
(individually and together), "Etischd2.exe" "PropMSvr.exe", and

The "Etischd2.exe" search brought up this link at Bugtoaster

And a text search of that page led me to Enfish.

Similarly, the terms, "PropMSvr.exe" and "DexEng2.exe" brought up
information confirming that the executables are associated with the
"Onespace" product from Enfish.

Enfish has a FAQ Support page at...**&p_li=

You may want to take a look at...**&p_li=

for instructions on uninstalling Enfish products.  Given that you may
have installed a trial version at some time, you may have partially
completed the uninstall. Note the instructions about deleting both the
Enfish folder and the associated files in the TEMP folder.  If all
else fails, Enfish Technical Support can be contacted at..

Best of luck!

openworld-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Many thanks -- just what I was looking for!

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