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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Windows Activity Inspector – fake system optimizer. How do I remove Windows Activity Inspector virus?

If you have decided to buy Windows Activity Inspector after it offered you to do this then you are making the serious mistake. We hope that after reading this article you will change your mind and remove Windows Activity Inspector from your system.

Do you know that Windows Activity Inspector is designed simply to get money from you? Yes, it is. Windows Activity Inspector looks nice, resembling some decent Windows program. But when we analyzed it in more details we discovered that it is good for nothing. Moreover, by purchasing it you will simply lose your money. Such applications are called fake ones – pretending to be some great tools but in reality not being able to do any good thing for your computer. Windows Activity Inspector is one of them.

When Windows Activity Inspector gets inside of your computer it would immediately start the feast to celebrate its successful dwelling inside of your PC. This celebration is commenced in the form of fake system scan and subsequent fake reports about plenty of problems and errors with your computer. All of them are fake. However, Windows Activity Inspector would offer you to buy its full version to have all of them fixed. Be not deceived so easily! Windows Activity Inspector is good for nothing and it only tries to get your money. It will not fix real problems with your PC when they occur. By the way, Windows Activity Inspector is probably the only problem of your computer.

To get rid of this problem you need to remove Windows Activity Inspector virus. You may do it as shown in the video guide provided below (on the example of Windows Remedy malware removal with the help of GridinSoft Trojan Killer).


joseph said...

This finally fixed my broswer redirect problem. Thanks!!!!!

Jack said...

check this out. It is the best know on the market as I think. It finds and fixes far more errors in the system than any other. I run it every time when my computer starts crashing or working slow.

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