- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
It is plain for anyone to see that RegistryQuick is just another sophisticated and genuine appearing rogue registry editor. RegistryQuick does a rather good job of convincing its victims of its legitimacy and its capabilities of helping to restore, fix and clean the PC’s registry.
RegistryQuick claims to offer help if you are experiencing any of a myriad of annoying occurrences on your system, including low or slow system performance, irregular system crashes and annoying error messages. This only aides RegistryQuick in tricking consumers into thinking this program is an asset to their PC, when in truth it is a worthless program which offers no benefit to their system.
This rogue tool is ultimately harmful to any system it’s installed onto. If you value the health of your system, you will waste no time to get rid of RegistryQuick from your system. If you want do manually remove RegistryQuick from your system, you will need to end its processes, which include RegistryQuick.exe and SearchSettingsProtection.exe, to be found in the Task Manager. Time is of the essence and none should be wasted. Limit the damage posed to your system by taking any steps necessary to eliminate RegistryQuick from your system for good.
How to manually remove RegistryQuick
Files associated with RegistryQuick infection:
RegistryQuick processes to kill: