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Program info

Estimated safety rating


epowertray.exe is a program which is most likely NOT a virus. So, if epowertray.exe is on your computer, it is most likely ok, and will NOT cause problems. Even if your system is clean, it is still recommended to run a good antivirus with a good detection rate, in order to yourself your PC against viruses and malware.

Executable file path

 C:\Program Files\Acer\Acer ePower Management\ePowerTray.exe

This program is usually stored on disk in C:\Program Files\Acer\Acer ePower Management\ePowerTray.exe.

MD5 hash of the executable file


The MD5 fingerprint for this file is f0474296ac4e0e6bde733c1b8513e41a.

Is running as a service


This application does NOT run as a Windows service. This is usually a good sign.

Is a 64 bit executable file


64-bit code has been detected. This program can exploit the full power of a modern PC cpu.

File description


The description extracted from the exe is ePowerTray.

File version

 6, 0, 3008, 0

File version stored as a property 6, 0, 3008, 0.


 Acer Incorporated

Company name Acer Incorporated.


 (C) All rights reserved

Intellectual property rights notice (C) All rights reserved.

Has valid windows


This program does NOT have visible windows. This is usually a bad thing.

Potentially dangerous functions


Some dangerous functions of the Operating System have been used, such as functions for recording the keyboard. We advise you to be very careful regarding this program.

Digitally signed


epowertray.exe has a digital signature. Today the large majority of clean programs are digitally signed.

Valid digital signature


The digital signature extracted from epowertray.exe is valid. This is very good.

Certifier name

 Acer Incorporated

Digital certificate name: Acer Incorporated

Issuer name

 VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2009-2 CA

Certificate's issuer name: VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2009-2 CA

Starts with windows


This executable is registered to start when the PC boots. Yes

Can be uninstalled


This application does NOT have an uninstall command set up in registry.