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Could someone please explain what wowexe is please.i have a 64-bit pc.I have read elsewhere here that if you have a system32 folder you have a 32-bit?im really confused now as to what machine i do have!!! i have 64-bit applications on my pc.Ive checked my system information and it informed me that i have a 64-bit and yet i see 32-bit processes in task manager.please help.thanks.

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wow.exe is a process which belongs to the World of Warcraft computer game. This is a non-essential process.\r Disabling or enabling it is down to user preference.

Has any person on that computer Ever played World of Warcraft game - This seems to also be a file related to that game ??

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