HDD Plus fake system optimizing tool. How to get rid of HDD Plus rogue

andy | December 8, 2010

We would like to take this opportunity to draw your attention to the fact of appearance of HDD Plus – new fake system optimizer that is, by the way, a successor of such previously described viruses as Hard Drive Diagnostic, HDD Scan, Win Defragmenter, Win Defrag, Win HDD, Check Disk, Ultra Defragger, Quick Defragmenter, HDD Defragmenter, System Defragmenter.


HDD Plus

HDD Plus

Needless to mention, you should refrain from downloading or buying HDD Plus. If you follow its tricks, you may encounter quite unpredictable consequences and major slowdown of PC functioning, as well as your wallet getting much thinner.

The peculiarities of HDD Plus are showing various irritating disks errors notices, creating obstacles for users who want to run decent programs and trying to persuade users to purchase its full version. At the same time, we are confident you are clever enough not to be tricked so badly.

It does not really matter how persuasive HDD Plus might look like, the reality is that it only aims to steal your funds – by doing all it can to persuade you to purchase its license (full version). To make the long story short, HDD Plus it not capable at all of providing decent PC protection or optimization. It was elaborated simply in order to trick and to fool users who downloaded and purchased it. Thus, seek due assistance from a reputable anti-malware software that can detect and delete HDD Plus. Or you may prefer to delete HDD Plus manually as stipulated below.

HDD Plus automatic remover:

HDD Plus manual removal guide:

Delete HDD Plus files:
%TempDir%[random]
%TempDir%[random].exe
%TempDir%[random].dll
%TempDir%dfrg
%TempDir%dfrgr
%TempDir%Windows Update.exe
%Desktop%HDD Plus.lnk
%Programs%HDD Plus
%Programs%HDD PlusHDD Plus.lnk
%Programs%HDD PlusUninstall HDD Plus.lnk
Delete HDD Plus registry entries:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun “[random]”
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun “[random].exe”

1 Comment

  1. Robert Evans says:

    This helps. I got home, open my lap top, and this thing was just on there. I never downloaded, can’t think of where I could have gotten it.

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