- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Prime Accelerator
If the suspicious Windows Prime Accelerator scanner has examined your operating system and listed a number of malicious threats you allegedly need to delete, you need to be extra careful. You certainly should not pay attention to the listed infections because they do not exist on your personal computer. Needless to say, malware definitely is running on your PC, and the most clandestine threat is the rogue anti-spyware which is represented with a highly misleading interface. Please do not pay attention to the Microsoft credentials which may be attached because in reality the allegedly reliable malware detection and removal tool belongs to cyber criminals. If you do not remove Windows Prime Accelerator, these crooks could manipulate the operating system in various different ways.
It has been discovered that Windows Prime Accelerator belongs to the family of fake AVs which is also known by the name Rogue.VirusDoctor. Windows Premium Shield, Windows Prime Booster, Windows Accelerator Pro, and tens of other rogues belong to this family as well. It is notable that even though these infections use the same interface, schemers still manage to fool Windows users into thinking that a rogue is a legitimate security application which can help delete malignant software. In order to convince you that your Windows operating system is infected with malicious infections you supposedly need to remove, the fake AV can jeopardize the running of the entire computer. For example, the malicious infection can block the running of executable files so that you could not delete Windows Prime Accelerator using Task Manager and Registry Editor, or install automatic malware removal software to perform the task for you. Furthermore, the rogue can release various misleading pop-ups filled with false recommendations to remove allegedly attacking malware. Here is an example:
The reappearing pop-ups and recommendations need to be ignored because they are misleading and are only meant to trick you into visiting the Windows Prime Accelerator purchase page. The main goal behind the scam is to convince you that you need to purchase the full version of an allegedly reliable malware remover. If you do spend your money on the rogue, the threats listed by the bogus scanner will appear to have been removed; however, the real infections running on the system will prevail.
We recommend that you delete Windows Prime Accelerator using automatic malware detection and removal software. The reason for this is that the rogue is most likely running on the PC alongside other clandestine threats. If you do not know how to locate and remove them, you might face further security issues even if the rogue is deleted. You can use one of the activation keys presented below to activate the rogue which works just as if you had paid for its full version. As the existing symptoms get disabled, you can remove Windows Prime Accelerator. If the keys do not work – follow the guides below.
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP: