What is isuspm.exe? “isuspm.exe” name comes from “InstallShield Automatic Updater”. This process is related to the InstallShield application. Its function is updating the application. It checks whether there are any updates and it informs you about them. You will be asked whether you want to download the updates, and if you accept, the Install Shield Update service will activate. This process can be set to run work automatically or you can change the settings and run the process any time you wish. This process is not essential, so you can remove it anytime. isuspm.exe removal will not cause any problems in your system. However, if you use the InstallShield application, there is no reason for removing isuspm.exe. In that case, you should leave it there to keep your application up-to-date.
Now, why would anyone want to remove it? Well, there are a few reasons. If isuspm.exe detects any available updates, it will ask you to install them. If you say “OK”, these updates will be installed, and that will be it, but if you say “No”, pop-ups will keep showing up, reminding you that there are updates and asking you if you want to install them. Now, some users find this annoying and they want to turn off this service.
As we said, you should not remove it if you use the InstallShield application because you won’t know about the available updates. But if you don’t use the InstallShield application, you can remove isuspm.exe without any problems. Your system will keep working normally without it.
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How to Remove isuspm.exe
If you are certain you don’t need isuspm.exe, here is how to remove it.
♦ Go to the Install Shield Update Manager page
♦ You will see “Download the Update Manager uninstaller” and you will click there. Save the downloaded file to your computer, double click it and run it to remove the InstallShield updater.
♦ Now, it is good to remove the leftovers, too. To make sure you have deleted every leftover, go to the Start menu and choose “Search”. Select “all files and folders” and search for “isuspm.exe”.
♦ If you find any leftovers, all you have to do is deleting these.