- System Process: No
- Background Process: Yes
- Application Process:Yes
- Common Path:
C:\ Program Files\ GPSoftware\ Directory Opus\ dopus.exe
- Uses Network:No
- Uses Internet:No
The process file dopus.exe automatically executes itself during Windows start-up and can be manually terminated by user if necessary. The executable file dopus.exe is a safe process file belonging to the application Directory Opus File Manager. The file dopus.exe does not conflict with any part of the Windows component including running program, processes file and common files.
The dopus.exe process uses low system resource and takes less than a second to execute in the Windows operating system. The process file dopus.exe is file that can be set to hidden by users via properties, then file, and folders. The user can change start-up items enable or disable the process file to load at start-up by accessing the Windows system configuration utility.
The Directory Opus File Manager that contains the process dopus.exe is an application designed for Windows and fully supports Windows operating system from 2000 to Windows Vista. The Directory Opus uses a user-friendly interface, allowing individuals to fully customize or re-configure the Directory Opus; this includes the use of dual file display or multi displays for special folders. The Directory Opus fully supports unlimited menus and toolbars that can be attached to any side of the list display and configurable user hot keys. The Directory Opus also uses true multitasking capabilities enabling users to perform multiple operations at the same time. The application Directory Opus File Manager can download files from a remote FTP sites and copy more files in the users local folder.
The executable file dopus.exe provides a system tray icon that can be accessed in the lower right part of the desktop. The icon that is a part of the program Directory Opus File Manager and can be used as a quick access for the application Directory Opus, it also displays alert message when the application has finished downloading files or the Directory Opus File Manager encounters an error.
This is a safe process. There is no necessity to remove this process from your system or change it in any way.