I fueled on my Windows 10 PC today morning and ended up observing a dark popup box from HP Display Control Service in my PC screen requesting that I download and install this program from portrait.com. The inquiry that rung a bell was that why is it not from hp.com yet from some other site?
HP Display Control Service
HP Display Control Service needs to be updated.
Please update using the link below:
HP Display Control Service should be updated
A couple of things I chose to check before going ahead.
The program was at that point installed on my spotless PC and I could see it in the Control Panel.
I could see its symbol sitting in my System Tray.
Right-clicking the symbol and choosing Advanced opened the accompanying window
The Program folder was situated at – C:\Program Files\Portrait Displays\HP Display Control Service
On burrowing a piece I found that HP Display Control is a product program created by Portrait Displays for HP, which includes a Windows Service (HPDCService) which runs consistently out of sight. Its fundamental executable file DisplayControl.exe is stacked at each startup by means of a Registry key.
Portrait Displays is a genuine organization that gives shading display arrangements advanced display control.
It, in this manner, looked safe to me.
I chose to download and install it, and on a restart, I found that all is working fine.
So feel free to install it if you intend to update the program!