- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Processes Organizer
No matter how diligently computer users are being advised to stay away from various computer threats, many still fall victims to Windows Processes Organizer and similar rogue system optimization applications. Windows Processes Organizer has really dense roots as it comes from the same family of rogues as Windows Care Tool, Windows Wise Protection and Windows Software Guard. The abundance of computer threats with the same objective and same configurations only supports the implication that production of computer threats is lucrative business, as there are still many users who fall for this fraud.
It might be possible that you have the infection spreading in your computer right now and you don’t know anything about it. Windows Processes Organizer is just that stealthy when it comes to infiltrating your system in secret. To make sure whether you have the contamination or not, please download the Spyware scanner and check your computer.
This rogue is also excruciatingly bothersome, because it effectively blocks your full access to your desktop. After the installation Windows Processes Organizer does not allow you to load your desktop. All you can see is a blank default screen and the rogue’s application, whereas your taskbar or icons are nowhere to be seen. Do not lose hope in this situation, because you can easily restore your desktop. Simply follow these instructions:
1. After the reboot, you will see Windows Processes Organizer’s application on the screen. It will disappear if you click the “OK” button. After it the rogue will initiate a fake system scan.
Now roll up your sleeves and take care of Windows Processes Organizer. It will diligently continue attacking you with random security notifications, claiming that you have been seriously infected with multiple threats. The rogue’s set of persuasive methods includes these messages:
System Security Warning
System component corrupted!
This may be caused by severe malware infections.
Risk of system files infection:
When the amount of notifications you receive is so high, it is quite easy to panic and believe they are real. But you should never be so quick to open up your wallet and provide cyber criminals with your credit card information. Needless to say, that after you pay for the “full version” of Windows Processes Organizer, the messages will disappear only TEMPORARILY, which cannot be said about your financial funds. With your credit card number exposed your money might disappear for good before you can do anything about it.
Windows Processes Organizer is nothing, but an aggravating pest, created to extort you and cause problems to your computer’s system. Don’t forget that it is its purpose to pose as a reliable security tool while in fact it only hankers for your money. The longer you have it in your system, the more damage it can create. Therefore, don’t hesitate any more and terminate Windows Processes Organizer once and for all.
How to manually remove Windows Processes Organizer
Files associated with Windows Processes Organizer infection:
Windows Processes Organizer processes to kill: