Thursday, January 20, 2011

Windows Utility Tool (WindowsUtilityTool) removal help

Discrepancies between errors and threats detected by Windows Utility Tool and those actually present in the memory of your PC are absolute. Follow-up observations have clearly shown that the program is a kind of adware as its scanner appears to be just a set of popups.
The program is yet another parasite that has been devised with a view to benefit on user’s trust.  Of course, users need to trust programs they use, but after proper verification.  No need to blind-trust dubious applications: by mere googling the security provider name you will normally get plenty of relevant abuse reports and descriptions pointing out its fraudulent essence.
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Windows Utility Tool screenshot:

Windows Utility Tool remover download:


Windows Utility Tool manual removal guide:
Delete Windows Utility Tool files:
Delete Windows Utility Tool registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon “Shell” = “%AppData%\.exe”

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