noob question alert!:redface:
I understand that ruby.exe/interpreter is a gui of sorts. Why is it on my oem windows 7 os?/how did it get there?(ff greasemonkey?)/do I need it?/will it hurt my computer? etc. etc.
I'm running an amd a4 5300 if that helps. (no video card)


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I suppose I will pass along this link. But if you have it, and it is not some type of virus, do you know of any of your programs that might use it?

Is ruby.exe included in Windows 7?

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