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What’s LogiAiPromptBuilder.exe (Logi AI Prompt Builder)? Is it safe or a virus?

The LogiAiPromptBuilder.exe file is associated with Logitech Inc's app called "Logi AI Prompt Builder".

Logi AI Prompt Builder is now available in most Logitech hardware through the Logi Options+ app. This feature is designed to integrate with certain Logitech keyboards and mice, enabling users to quickly generate prompts for OpenAI's ChatGPT.

It works by assigning a shortcut key or mouse button to activate the tool, which can automatically capture selected text and suggest or allow customization of queries like rephrasing or summarizing.

While researching this .exe I found that many people were complaining on Reddit about this Logitech "AI" process suddenly showing up on their PCs.

If you're not a ChatGPT or AI fan, you can terminate and quarantine this Logitech AI executable using SpyShelter, and it shouldn't cause any other issues with your PC or Logitech hardware. SpyShelter can also keep track of any new processes that start on your PC by giving you an alert, so you can avoid this happening in the future.

Meanwhile, on Reddit someone from Logitech wrote that they plan to add a way to disable this AI process in the future through a setting.

Researched by Carl @ SpyShelter Labs

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Who makes LogiAiPromptBuilder.exe (Logi AI Prompt Builder)?

We’ve found Logitech Inc should be the publisher of LogiAiPromptBuilder.exe.

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Last updated: June 26, 2024

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