You might be confused when you see virtualapp/didlogical on your PC. What is virtualapp/didlogical? Is it secure to keep it? How to remove it if possible? To figure out the answers, MiniTool Partition Wizard would like to share the information about the virtualapp/didlogical with you.
What Is Virtualapp/Didlogical?
When you create a new account on Windows or website, your credentials will be saved on your computer. It attributes to a built-in utility named Credential Manager in Windows.
The manager is responsible for saving your log-in credentials, including addresses, usernames and passwords on the system. Applications such as File Explorer, Microsoft Office and Skype use this manager to store and access your account information.
There are 4 different categories of credentials in the manager, including Web Credentials, Windows Credentials, Certificate-based Credentials and Generic Credentials. To access Credential Manager, you can:
- Press Win + S to open Windows Search Then type control and select Control Panel.
- Select View by: Category in Control Panel. Then click User Accounts.
- Choose Credential Manager.
When you look through Generic Credentials, you might notice virtualapp/didlogical in the list of your credentials. You might wonder how it appears since you didn’t create one.
What is virtualapp/didlogical? When you look at the details of this credential, you can see an unknown username with a password stored in the Credential Manager, and the virtualapp/didlogical shows as the Internet or network address. Just as the following picture shows.
Actually, it is created automatically by Windows when you use any Windows Live Programs, such as Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Mail, and other Microsoft Live services. Some users are concerned about the security and privacy on this problem. However, you don’t need to worry about it. Virtualapp/didlogical is not virus or malware. It is a legitimate.
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Can You Remove Virtualapp/Didlogical?
As you know, credentials are used to store log-in data. If you edit a credential, the new username or account should be used automatically to log you into the site. If you delete a credential, you will lose the saved information. When you are trying to visit the address the next time, you have to input the username and password manually.
You can easily remove the virtualapp/didlogical credential in Credential Manager. However, it will show up again after a period of time, as it is created automatically by Windows Live Programs.
The detailed steps are as below.
Step 1: Navigate to Control Panel > User Accounts > Credential Manager.
Step 2: Select Windows Credentials directory. Then scroll down to find virtualapp/didlogical under Generic Credentials category.
Step 3: Click Remove under virtualapp/didlogical credential.
Step 4: In the pop-up window asking you that are you sure you want to permanently delete this Generic credential, just click Yes to confirm the operation.
After clicking Yes, virtualapp/didlogical will disappear from your Credential Manager. But it will appear once you use Windows Live programs. If you want to get rid of virtualapp/didlogical, you might need to remove them regularly.
That’s the basic information about virtualapp/didlogical and how to remove it from the Credential Manager. Hope it’s helpful for you.
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