The program detected is OSProfileCollector.exe. It is a legitimate Dell Update program. You cannot uninstall it unless you uninstall Dell Update, but you can disable it by disabling Dell Update.
I disabled (automatic) Dell Update on my Win 10 Pro about one year ago, and periodically turn it on to check for updates. When it is turned off, I cannot find OSProfileCollector.exe on my PC. I'm not sure where it went, but I can still use Dell Update. This suggests that this file can be deleted with no adverse effects.
As to its function, I would guess that it profiles your operating system and sends that info back to Dell. But that is just a guess.
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