Reliability monitor stopped updating
For instance, if the web browser that you are using stops working, you will notice it and if that happens regularly, may investigate the cause to fix it.
You may however fail to notice the same for background programs, especially if they are restarted automatically or other failures such as updates that don't get installed successfully.
"QBCFMonitor Service.exe" is a Windows service for Intuit Quick Books accounting software.
It should reside in "C:\Program Files\Common File\Intuit\Quick Books" and can only be uninstalled by using the Control Panel to remove all of Quick Books for Windows.
Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer.
Each event is listed with its name, a summary, time and date, and a suggested action.
It runs only on the PC or database server in a Quick Books "hosting" configuration where company files reside and multiple workstations signal it through port 8019 when new or copied Intuit update files are ready.
It prepares these for application to the user's Company File(s).
The Windows Reliability Monitor highlights a number of successful and unsuccessful events when started, and classifies them as critical, warning or informational in its interface.
To make things even simpler, it highlights all three of those in the timeline that it displays on start so that you can see on a glance what needs your attention and what does not.