Please be advised of Windows Processes Organizer. Bear in mind that this is nothing but the next fraudulent tool developed by cyber crooks targeting your wallet to make it considerably thinner. Our job is to warn you against them and to tell about the horrible virus program called Windows Processes Organizer. Do not be tricked by its outwardly nice-looking appearance. If you analyze it you would certainly reveal the evil plot concealed inside of Windows Processes Organizer fake system optimizer. Its developers only aim to get as much money as they can by tricking users and making them believe it is a superb system tool. But we say to you that the only right decision for you would be to uninstall Windows Processes Organizer malware without delay.
Windows Processes Organizer, just like its forerunners, applies bogus Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts for its infiltration. This implies that PC users are being forced into thinking that they are doing just the proper thing by installing Windows Processes Organizer scam. This malware is developed in such a way that user just has to click the buttons offered by this rogue. Subsequently, upon successful termination of the installation process, the system would forcedly restart itself, and upon such restart the user would finally encounter Windows Processes Organizer window in front of the desktop blocking the common desktop theme. Soon Windows Processes Organizer would initiate some fake system scanning, identifying thousands of errors and then suggesting itself as a solution for their removal. No doubt, the scam would say it would do it after you purchase it. And this is exactly how users are being fooled. Do not ever believe in the promises made by Windows Processes Organizer and delete it immediately from your system.
Below please find the removal guidelines describing how to remove Windows Processes Organizer virus from your PC. Please read them with caution before running Gridinsoft Trojan Killer or manual malware removal, otherwise we cannot guarantee the successful deletion of Windows Processes Organizer scam from you system.
Windows Processes Organizer automatic remover:
Before downloading and running GridinSoft Trojan Killer for removal of Windows Processes Organizer several additional preparatory steps need to be done. This is necesary, because Windows Processes Organizer blocks your Internet connection, and you will not be able to run GridinSoft Trojan Killer. In order to prevent this blockage please take the following sequence of steps:
1. Make sure that your Operating System is tuned up in such a mode that hidden files and folders of your PC are viewable. The instruction on how to do it can be found here for Windows XP and here for Windows Vista/7.
2. Choose “View” tab in the window that appeared, and in the advanced settings choose the option “Show hidden files and folders”. Press OK.
3. 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
%SysDrive%Users[Current User]Application Data for Windows Vista/7.
In this folder there will be the main executable file of Windows Processes Organizer, having some random name.
4. Rename the above-mentioned executable file into some other name of your choice and restart your computer. Upon the system restart Windows Processes Organizer will no longer block your Internet browser.
5. Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to your infected computer, install it and run it.
The procedure for removal of Windows Processes Organizer is silimar to the procedure for removal of Windows Privacy Agent.See the video below:
Windows Processes Organizer manual removal guide:
Delete Windows Processes Organizer files:
Delete Windows Processes Organizer registry entries:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogonShell “%AppData%[random].exe”