- Slow Computer
- Installs itself without permissions
If your computer has become very slow all of a sudden, you should run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner and check whether you have Crowdcores installed. This one of those potentially unwanted programs that are not direct computer security threats, but then, on the other hand, they are not too beneficial either. It is also very likely that you have not installed Crowdcores onto your computer consciously. Fortunately, it is not complicated to remove Crowdcores manually, and this is exactly what you have to do if you want to restore your system’s functionality to its full capacity.
It is true that you can download Crowdcores at its official website. The official homepage is located at crowdcores.com. At first glance, it looks like Crowdcores is a useful program although reading the information at the official page is not too helpful if you want to figure what the application does. Here is an extract from the official homepage:
It looks like Crowdcores has been created for good purposes, but our research team says that this application looks like a simple miner. It may tell you that with Crowdcores installed you are part of a big network that shares energy, but it is just another way of saying that part of your computer resources get used for other purposes, thus slowing down your system’s operating speed.
According to the information on their official website, Crowdcores is supposed to use your PC’s resources when the computer is idle. These resources include system’s CPU, RAM and even the HDD space. What is more, this software may even increase your electricity bills because with Crowdcores on board your PC requires more energy than usual.
On top of that, it might be hard to deal with Crowdcores first hand. For example, when this program gets installed on your computer, it is configured to run automatically with every system startup. It is impossible to disable the auto-run option for the average computer user because Crowdcores is not included in the Startup programs list on System Configuration Utility.
The best way to deal with this annoying and potentially dangerous application is to remove Crowdcores via Control Panel right now. Do not forget that this program most probably has arrived bundled with other unwanted apps. Hence, to be sure that your computer is safe and then all the unwanted files are deleted for good, invest in a powerful antispyware tool and scan your computer through and through. For any further questions, do not hesitate to leave us a comment below this description.
How to remove Crowdcores
Windows Vista & Windows 7