Intuition tells me it's specific to Office 2004, which you don't have (and neither do I).jsalzer said:A quick Google search shows that LCCDaemon is an app that Logitech uses for your system to recognize their mice and keyboards. If you're using a Logitech device, you'll need to keep it. If not, ditch it.
Not sure why the MS Office one is there. I have Office X, and it hasn't added any startup items. Dunno.
The Windows version of MS Office has a painful little extension that constantly indexes the contents of the disk drive in order to quickly find things. I've always deleted the thing because it kills the machine's performance.trainguy77 said:In my startup items i am wondering what these things are:Microsoft AU daemon (office), ITuneshelper, LCCdaemon, can i shut any of these down?