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What Is Yourphone.exe Process In Windows 10? Do I Remove It? by saeedhub: 4:48pm On Jan 03, 2020
If you go to the Windows 10 Settings app, there is a prominent Phone App icon. This option lets you connect your phone with Windows 10, and receive notifications right on the desktop. Now if you see “YourPhone.exe” in the Task Manager and are wondering if it is a virus, then don’t worry about it.

Since the program, YourPhone.exe needs to keep sending any notification on the phone to desktop the process is kept running at all times. Using this for Microsoft apps, you can continue where you left on the phone. So as you keep linking apps, the better the experience – provided you are using the same Microsoft account both on the phone, and the computer.

The process keeps running in the background and sometimes shows up on in the task manager. That said if the program worries you, and you do not want it, there are ways to get rid of it.

Official Guide To Remove Yourphone.exe

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