Win HDD removal. How to get rid of WinHDD scam.

admin | November 26, 2010

Win HDD (aka WinHDD) – new name in the family of fake system optimizers. There is no doubt that it is not capable at all of providing decent services on system optimization, even though it bears the name of such a reputable software indeed. It is not a secret that it is a successor of HDD Control, Check Disk, Ultra Defragger, HDD Defragmenter – malwares already discussed in several of our earlier posts. Its activity is not different from the above-mentioned fake programs. The outcome can be really devastating…

Win HDD virus comes to users’ systems via some deceptive corrupted downloads. Afterwards you will obtain some messages telling that your PC is seriously infected with lots of problems and threats that can only be dealt with by obtaining the full version of this junkware. In addition, Win HDD will keep presenting various popup alerts to persuade you to finally buy it. At the same time, even if you make the decision to follow this trick you will not benefit at all from its fake optimizing work.

To summarize the afforesaid, by all means you should stay away from uploading or buying this stealthware. Please take time to pay due attention to the information provided below on removal of Win HDD virus.

Win HDD automatic remover:

Win HDD manual removal guide:

Delete Win HDD files:
%TempDir%[random].dll
%TempDir%[random].exe
%TempDir%[random]
%TempDir%dfrg
%TempDir%dfrgr
%StartMenu%ProgramsWin HDD
%StartMenu%ProgramsWin HDDWin HDD.lnk
%StartMenu%ProgramsWin HDDUninstall Win HDD.lnk
Delete Win HDD registry entries:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun “[random]”
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun “[random].exe”

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