What is the "softdir.exe" ? Variant 45031325

Our database contains 29 different files for filename softdir.exe but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the softdir.exe then visit General Information Page . You can also check most distributed file variants with name softdir.exe. This file belongs to product Software Director and was developed by company Cloanto Corporation. This file has description Software Director. Agregate rating is 5(5) stars - based on 1 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process softdir.exe.

softdir.exe Process
Software Director
Cloanto Corporation
Software Director
%COMMONFILES%\Cloanto\Software Director
Operating System:
Windows 7
Low oc0
Digital Signature:
Cloanto Corporation

System Explorer Community Antivirus Report

This file was checked and tolerated by following antivirus shields :
Antivirus NameLatest Toleration
Microsoft Security Essentials2017-10-22
Norton Security2017-10-21
Antivirus shields were enabled and have latest antivirus database.

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User Reviews of the "softdir.exe"

  • SAFErating from user Indie Carmayne (Variant: 45031325)

    Software Director (assigned process: softdir.exe) by Italian company Cloanto Corporation (i.e. Michael Battilana) comes with 100% legal emulation packages Amiga Forever and C64 Forever. It's designed to offer additional software (like KX Light or Amiga Explorer) as well as updates to those emulation packages. I trust Michael battilana and Cloanto 100% as my user experience has been positive over all these years (I'm a returning customer). Updates and additional software are purely optional. You get the message + either choose to update or just completely ignore it. This is service as it should be.
    If you choose to disable that process in autostart (which is entirely possible) keep in mind that you won't receive updates any more. I recommend in this case just to deactivate the startup entry (so you can reactivate it again later should you change your mind).