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Windows 7 - How to permanently get rid of crashpad_handler?

How to get rid of crashpad_handler?

This is a company pc and I cannot upgrade to Windows 10.

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8/22/2022 - Mon

The best way to get rid of any malware or similar things is always to create a new partition table on your PC & install the OS from scratch. It is the fastest & safest option, since after the process you should really end up with a clean system.

Remember that Windoze 7 is no longer supported by M$, you don't get new & important security updates or patches, & such an unsupported OS should never be connected to the LAN or internet, If you do use such an OS it should be used as a single PC so it can't get infected without the user's own intention.

I suggest you install Windoze 10 on that PC, the free upgrade option may still work (it worked about one year ago when I did that last), or you could install a free Linux Distro...

in case you want to upgrade to windows 10, here's the free  option described
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/139745-upgrade-windows-10-windows-7-free.html           UPGRADE

Thanks everyone for your assistance.
However, this is a company PC and I cannot upgrade to Windows 10.
How can I get rid of Crashpad_handler.exe

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I can't find crashpad under the Google file stream folder mentioned in the above link.

Why do you want to get rid of it?  
you can look here  how to handle it :  What is crashpad_handler.exe? Is it Safe or a Virus? How to remove or fix it (windowsbulletin.com) 

if it is not resolved - do not close the Q
we can look at other options if you like
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