WindowsSystemDefender removal guide.

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Windows System Defender is a one more clone of rogue VirusDoctor antivirus family. While Windows System Defender is running it will display security alerts on your desktop stating that your computer is under attack or that active malware has been detected. These alerts are just cunning tactics where they are trying to convince you that your computer has a viruses and should be ignored.

Rogue Windows System Defender
Rogue Windows System Defender

WindowsEnterpriseDefender generates enormous amounts of pop-ups asking user to pay for using the program. There is actually nothing to pay for since WindowsSmartSecurity is only capable of loading pop-ups and hijacking web browser. Windows Enterprise Defender may considerably limit internet connection and computer’s performance.

Windows System Defender: fake alert
Windows System Defender: fake alert

As you can see, Windows System Defender purposely uses fake alerts and false scan results as a method to scare you into purchasing the software.

We advise you to be extremely careful with this malicious software. Do not install it yourselves. It is extremely important to remove all the components of the WindowsSystemDefender and all the malware and trojans that it might have come bundled with.

GridinSoft LLC and IS NOT associated, affiliated, consorted, or connected with the publishers or creators of Windows System Defender.

Windows System Defender automatical remover:

Trojan Killer detected rogue WindowsSystemDefender antivirus
Trojan Killer detected rogue WindowsSystemDefender antivirus

As you might have foreseen, Windows System Defender is not a lonely walker in the empty space. In contrary, it has multiple ties with other rogues so that complex malware removal is the best way to get rid of Windows System Defender. In addition, if you remove Windows System Defender automatically, you get life-time protection from malware aggression.

Windows System Defender manual removal guide:

Delete Windows System Defender files:

%desktop%\windows system defender.lnk
%startmenu%\windows system defender.lnk
%programs%\windows system defender.lnk
%appdata%\microsoft\internet explorer\quick launch\windows system defender.lnk
%appdata%\53816\wsd4c.exe (used random name and folder)

Delete Windows System Defender registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Windows System Defender”

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