Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Removal of Win32/WinMaximizer to speed up PC and rid it of the fraudware

Win32/WinMaximizer  (Win Maximizer) pretends to enhance system performance. The program is classified as a rogue utility that fakes a range of activities aimed at improving various characteristics of target PC.
It drops icons into desktop and desktop toolbar, but provides no entry in the list of programs installed. There is, as a consequence, no use trying to get rid of Win32/WinMaximizer through uninstalling.
Remarkably, the rogue includes a sub-program called Slow-PCFighter. That sounds as a sarcasm, for the pretended system performance improvement tool dramatically slows down computer system. On the other hand, such trick does make sense as a utility capable of accelerating computer that has lately slowed down is a surprisingly timely bid.
Remove Win32/WinMaximizer to get rid of annoying ads, as well as to take care of your computer running at a due speed. Click here to launch free scan with the above purpose.

Win32/WinMaximizer Manual removal guide:
Delete infected files:
%AllUsersProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Fighters\SLOW-PCfighter\SLOW-PCfighter.lnk

Delete infected registry entries:
 Rename the remover to "explorer.exe" or try to install from Safe Mode if virus blocks download\installation

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