The source file sdclt.exe is an integral part of the operating system and rarely causes problems. It is located in the C folder at: C:\Windows\System32\Sdclt.exe. The following file content sizes are defined for Windows: 1169408 bytes (57% of all cases) or 1131008 bytes. There is an icon for this program on the taskbar next to the clock. C:\Windows\System32\Sdclt.exe is the OS kernel system file.
Non-system processes such as sdclt.exe are system software. Since most applications store data in the system registry, it is likely that over time the registry will become fragmented and copy invalid entries that can affect PC performance. It is recommended to check it systematically to minimize sdclt.exe slowdown issues.
Program files can have a big impacton the performance of the operating system. The C:\Windows\System32\Sdclt.exe process is not considered intensive, but if found in the startup list, it can slow down the computer. It is recommended to disable the automatic launch of this program, as many processes in the system can affect the performance of the PC.
To reduce system overload, it is recommended that you use Microsoft's Manual System Configuration utility to find and disable processes that are automatically started at OS startup. Also useful are applications to automatically scan and identify any problems with the PC.
The latest version of the process is 6.3.9600.17031. Sdclt.exe runs as a standard Windows process with login rights to the user account. It uses a task scheduler to automatically run a file as a process when a user logs in.
Average file size is about 1.07 MB. Over the life cycle of a process, typical CPU usage is less than 0.01%, average private memory consumption is about 5.67 MB, with maximum memory reaching about 9.87 MB. Also, typically read and write I/O operations are around 329 bytes per minute for reads and 29 bytes per minute for writes.
What is C:\Windows\System32\Sdclt.exe?
This file type is associated with the Microsoft Windows Vista advertising package developed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system. The current version is 18.104.22.168. This file has a fame rating of 1 point and an unspecified security rating.
Executable files, such as system32.sdclt.exe, are step-by-step instructions for making a feature work on a PC system. After running the EXE file, the PC automatically follows the instructions written by the software developer to run the program on the computer.
Each installed application on a PC contains an executable file (browser, text editor, spreadsheet) and makes it one of the most requested types of files in the OS. Without executable files such as windows.system32.sdclt.exe, no program on the PC will be able to maintain its functionality.
Mistakes in work
Viruses often disguise themselves as a regular file and spread via e-mail as spam and through malicious websites that can infect a computer when it is executed after startup and installation.
Viruses can infect, replace, or corrupt existing executable files, which can lead to error messages when creating a package or related programs. Therefore, all executable files that are downloaded to the computer must be pre-scanned for malicious viruses before opening them.
How to fix mistakes?
The following is a list of troubleshooting steps for sdclt.exe problems. It is recommended to apply them in a strictly specified sequence:
- restoring registry entries regardingMicrosoft Windows Vista package;
- performing an in-depth scan of your computer for malware;
- clean up unwanted file system (temporary files and folders) with disk cleanup (cleanmgr);
- updating PC drivers;
- restore the system to "undo" the last changes in the system;
- uninstall and reinstall the Microsoft Windows Vista program for advertising packages;
- starting System File Checker ("sfc/scannow");
- install all available updates;
- clean installation of the operating system.
If Windows reports sdclt.exe errors, corrupt registry entries could be the cause.
In most cases it is useful to check the registry for errors. If this does not solve the problem, it is recommended to uninstall the program using the Control Panel and then run Windows Registry Checker again.