In Wirklichkeit erkennen wir nichts; denn die Wahrheit liegt in der Tiefe.
It's a bit over my head. Are there different methods? Might sound like a noob now, but this is what I've done:
Created the project. In the project's settings I chose Chrome for previewing. I hit the preview button to preview. After previewing I closed the tab in Chrome.
I would never had noticed about these executables, if I didn't wonder about the intense RAM usage (about 1 GB) after a few times previewing. So I opened the task manager. But to make this clear: The RAM issue is not related to TLHBalloonParent (each of them just uses a tiny amount of RAM).
In one of my tests, the process was as follows:
Opened the image editor in C2. Everything's fine. Selected a color and drawed a few pixels. Still fine. Previewed in Chrome. Again, all is good. Back to C2, opening the image editor, drawing a few pixel - voil�, TLHBalloonParent.exe shows up.
But it is not reliable. Sometimes it happens, sometimes not. I don't see what is influencing the appearance of the executables. Also stopping the task doesn't harm any functionality. It's like ghosts. While they might do no harm, they definitely frighten you.