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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

What is Windows Efficiency Manager? How to uninstall Windows Efficiency Manager scareware

Please be urgently advised of Windows Efficiency Manager. Remember that this scareware was launched into cyber space by fraudulent crooks who just aim to trick you. We have introduced the guidelines contained below telling how to remove Windows Efficiency Manager trojan. Please read them with due diligence and follow our detailed advises with paying proper attention with regard to them. You need to know that Windows Efficiency Manager is not the application that you would encounter in the list of programs in your Windows OS. Neither can it be removed from Add/Remove Programs menu. This is because Windows Efficiency Manager is a scareware that penetrates into PCs by tricky techniques.

Windows Efficiency Manager, just like its foregoers, uses fabricated Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts in order to launder its actual intentions. Hence, the user encounters suddenly this bogus Microsoft Security Essentials Alert in front of the screen, coming to the conclusion that what it says is truth. And this alert claims that the system is being attacked with some horrible malware. So this is just how he/she is being deceived, cause the truth of the matter is that all such stories contained in this alert are just the pack of lies and are far away from the real status. But the user is pushed to continue the installation process of some probable solution that can remove this virus. The user does not even realize that in fact he/she is “inviting” the malware program. Then, after forced system restart, the user can face the main program interface of Windows Efficiency Manager virus and not of the desktop theme of his/her preference. Windows Efficiency Manager scareware, after such successful infiltration, initiates fake system scans telling about thousands of viruses at the end. This scam then offers itself as a solution for elimination of all detected errors and issues for some funds money which it suggests user to pay. At the same time, we very seriously warn you – do not pay money for Windows Efficiency Manager scam. This is a virus that should not be tolerated but rather removed immediately from your system. That’s why you should not give funds for it.

Below please find enclosed the detailed advises for elimination of Windows Efficiency Manager virus from your workstation. These guidelines include the recommendations for both automatic and manual uninstallation of this junkware.

Before downloading and running GridinSoft Trojan Killer for removal of Windows Efficiency Manager several additional preparatory steps need to be done. This is necesary, because Windows Efficiency Manager blocks your Internet connection, and you will not be able to run GridinSoft Trojan Killer. In order to prevent this blockage make sure that your Operating System is tuned up in such a mode that hidden files and folders of your PC are viewable. Go to the folder %User Profile%\Application Data. Important! Depending on the Operating System of your computer, %UserProfile% stands for C:\Documents and Settings\[Current User] for Windows XP and C:\Users\[Current User] for Windows Vista/7. In other words, the folder that should be opened is as follows, depending on the operating system: %SysDrive%Documents and Settings[Current User]Application Data for Windows XP and %SysDrive%Users[Current User]Application Data for Windows Vista/7. In this folder there will be the main executable file of Windows Efficiency Manager, having some random name. Rename the above-mentioned executable file into some other name of your choice and restart your computer. Upon the system restart Windows Efficiency Manager will no longer block your Internet browser. Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to your infected computer, install it and run it.

The removal procedure of Windows Efficiency Manager is similar to removal of Windows Privacy Agent as shown at this video:
Delete Windows Efficiency Manager files:

Delete Windows Efficiency Manager registry entries:

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