• User Choice program

    DTSRVC.EXE Information

    This is a valid program, but it is up to you whether or not you want it to run on startup.

    Whether or not you need to run this program on startup must be decided by you. If you feel that you want this program starting automatically so that you have it available as needed, then do not disable it. The following information is a brief description of what is known about this file. If you require f urther assistance for this file, feel free to ask about in the forums.

  • Name
    Portrait Displays Display Tune Service
  • Filename
  • Command
    %programfiles%\Common Files\Portrait Displays\Shared\DTSRVC.exe
  • Description
    This file is preinstalled on many computers, is in many monitor software packages, and is involved in adjusting monitor display settings by using a mouse instead of the monitor buttons.  EzTune, MagicTune, ImageTune, and forteManager are just a few of the software products this file is found in.  If using the monitor buttons is sufficient for you, you can disable the service.  Unknown at this time if setting the service to manual would cause the program to not work.
  • File Location
    %programfiles%\Common Files\Portrait Displays\Shared\DTSRVC.exe
  • Startup Type
    This startup entry is installed as a Windows service.
  • Service Name
  • Display Name
    Portrait Displays Display Tune Service
  • HijackThis Category
    O23 Entry
  • Note
    %ProgramFiles% refers to the Program Files folder. The path to this folder is C:\Program Files\ or C:\Program Files (X86)\ depending on whether the version of Windows or the program being installed is 32-bit or 64-bit.
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