Posted 22 September 2006 - 12:24 PM
From everything I've read, this process is necessary for AVG to work properly and disabling it will cause AVG to malfunction.
There does not appear to be official information concerning the specifics of what it does; however, a couple posters in some discussion forums have said that it alerts the user to the presence of a virus and that it is responsible for updating the program.
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