How to uninstall Windows Stability Alarm scam. Removal lesson with video guide
Windows Stability Alarm is the virus indeed. This tool uses fake Microsoft Security Essential Alerts for its penetration inside of the attacked computer. This very fact proves that Windows Stability Alarm is the fake application in its very nature. Hence, there is no point to believe it, no matter what reports it gives in front of you. All of them are not true and, thus, should not be ever treated seriously. If you trust Windows Stability Alarm and tell your personal bank data to it then you are making your PC vulnerable to further virus attacks. Hence, be clever, study about Windows Stability Alarm virus and get persuaded that it is not what it claims of itself. Please find the picture of Windows Stability Alarm malware below.
Don’t forget that this alert is fake and has nothing to do with the US-headquartered Microsoft company. The only reason why Windows Stability Alarm applies it is to make you believe that it is worth your trust. Dear blog visitor, you are simply being tricked, fooled and scared by Windows Stability Alarm virus. Scared? Yes, scared, because Windows Stability Alarm would tell you about all kinds of bugs identified on your machine. It would state that Windows Stability Alarm can repair all of them on the only condition – that you first buy its so-called full version.
Possible Internet redirects, browser blockage, irritating popups, slowdowns, blockage of decent programs from running – this is just the short list of so many bad things which Windows Stability Alarm does for your system. Moreover, it offer for you to buy it… Are you still thinking of doing this? We hope not. In order to get rid of Windows Stability Alarm malware you can download some reliable anti-virus tool of your selection. We are positive that GridinSoft Trojan Killer is able to delete this virus quickly and effectively. Please make sure to contact us at any time if you require our aid.
Windows Stability Alarm virus automatic uninstall guide:
Before downloading and running GridinSoft Trojan Killer for elimination of Windows Stability Alarm rogue several additional preparatory steps should be accomplished. This is necessary because Windows Stability Alarm blocks your Internet connection, and you will not be able to launch 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\Microsoft.
Important! Depending on the Operating System of your workstation, %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 must be opened is as follows, depending on the OS of your computer:
%SysDrive%Documents and Settings[Current User]Application Data\Microsoft for Windows XP
%SysDrive%Users[Current User]Application Data\Microsoft for Windows Vista/7.
In this folder there will be the main executable file of Windows Stability Alarm rogue (possibly with the icon of *avi file), 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 Stability Alarm 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 very process for deletion of Windows Stability Alarm rogue is similar to the elimination of Windows Remedy virus as shown on the video below:
Windows Stability Alarm rogue manual uninstall instructions:
Delete Windows Stability Alarm scam files:
Delete Windows Stability Alarm malware registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Shell “%AppData%\Microsoft\[random].exe”