Some services are routinely started and stopped by other dependant processes so these informational messages all look to be normal.
The Application Experience service (AELookupSvc) is a part of the Application Compatibility Administrator. It processes application compatibility lookup requests for applications as they are started, provides support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista–based
computers running programs in compatibility mode, reports on compatibility issues, and automatically applies software updates to programs.
The Application Experience service must be active for application compatibility software updates to be applied. You cannot customize this service; the operating system uses it internally. This service does not use any network, Internet, or Active Directory®
Domain Services (AD DS) resources.
If you disable the Application Experience service, the service continues to run, but no calls are made to the service. You cannot stop the actual process.
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