Hi there, I have been installed an anti-virus software which is named PC Accelerate Pro, it was always show that has found several issues, and then tell me call a remote tech support number. I can feel my computer become slowly after I use that anti-virus software, and there are many Advertising pop-up on my computer. I think it is abnormal, so I want to uninstall it, but I can’t did it even though I tried many kinds of methods, any good idea? PC Accelerate is popping up on my computer all the time telling me my computer has issues. I have not installed this program but I would like to get rid of the constant boxes that keep popping up. Thank you.
PC Accelerate Pro Description:
PC Accelerate Pro is a fake as an anti-virus program to deceive PC users. It disguised as a reliable and practical program, induced customers to install and use it, and then creates a series of computer security problems. You need to pay attention to that is trap, even if it looks like an useful software, but it contains a hidden code damage to run the program system. Once you click the PC Accelerate Pro executable file, the file starts to download additional files which are embedded with the unsafe malware intended to penetrate your internet browser and try to make modifications without you knowing. It will allows a lot of false advertisements, and accompanying installation bundle of malicious software. You should know that they are extremely annoying, the PC Accelerate Pro pop-ups are also very dangerous. The virus generates fake alerts and bogus security warnings, misleading pop-ups and corrupted web links.
When you run the PC Accelerate Pro, the bundles of malicious programs will also go into your computer secretly. You can’t detect it until there are malicious ads pops up continuously, and your computer will no longer run normally, then computer users just can be found that the computer has been infected. During the period of malicious software has not been found, all computer users online sensitive information may be stolen, such as bank account information and credit card Numbers. That is why many victims lost their important information but they didn’t know how and when this situation happened. In fact, the fake anti- virus program has not ability to help you to detect and solve the problem of the computer security. Once Windows Accelerator Pro has infected a computer, Windows Accelerator Pro displays bogus error messages, fake virus scans and alarming system alerts, all claiming that the victim’s computer is severely infected with threats.
Suggestion: When you get the fake programs of PC Accelerate Pro, please get rid of it completely from your infected computer as quickly as possible before more damages. If you are not confident to get rid of it, you can contact YooCare/YooSecurity online service for help:
The Screenshot of PC Accelerate Pro:
The features of PC Accelerate Pro
1. Disguised as a detection software and pop up false computer security problems.
2. It is mandatory to install. It can install on the computer or other terminals without the consent of the user. No hint, no clear option, and no function to exit.
3. It is hard to uninstall. It is cannot uninstall completely, there is still a subroutine or module is running (such as process).
4. Advertising pop-up. Did not inform the user about the pop-up ads information when advertising popup, and don’t allow the user to shut down.
5. Malicious to collect user information. Steal the user’s personal information secretly.
We don’t suggest you carry out the System restore. It is not a wise choice to remove the Trojan program. System restore will back up the Trojan program. Because windows ban external programs, including antivirus program and modify the system restore. Therefore, anti-virus program or tool can’t delete the threat folder in the System Restore. In this way, the system restore could restore the infected file to computer, even if you have removed all other location infected files. And here is the step-by-step removal guide for you.
Step 1: Put computer system into Safe mode.
For Win7 user:
1. As your computer restarts but before Windows launches, tap “F8” key constantly. Then choose “Safe mode with Networking
2. Click“Start”button, then click “Control Panel”.
For win10 user:
1. Open the Start menu, click Power and select Restart. When restarting, select Choose an option. Then tap Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Start-up Settings.
2. Choose “Enable Safe mode with Networking”.
3. Right-click on the Windows Start button and choose “Control Panel”.
Step 2: In Control Panel, Click“Uninstall a program” (under the Programs section).
Step 3: Look for the program and uninstall. There are many ways to delete the program manually. If you haven’t sufficient expertise in dealing with program files. Please Contact YooSecurity 24/7 Online Experts for help.
PC Accelerate Pro is disguised as an anti-virus program which is plagiarizing the interface and outward appearance of legitimate security programs. Do not be fooled by this fake anti-virus program, it cannot protect your computer at all, what it can do is just to damage to your system deeply. And do not just let this virus stay in your computer, or it may bring a lot of viruses and Trojans to your system and mess up your system files. PC Accelerate Pro has become a powerful force after several years of development, and more specifically, it has become a kind of driven by economic interests of the business activities, the antivirus software due to restricted by various factors, relatively passive response and counter measures. So we advocate to get rid of it manually.
Note: The above manual removal is quite dangerous and complicated, which needs sufficient professional skills. Therefore, only computer users with rich computer knowledge are recommended to implement the process because any errors including deleting important system files and registry entries will crash your computer system. If you have no idea of how to process the manual removal, please contact experts from YooCare/Yoosecurity Online Tech Support for further assistance.
Published by James B. Gonzalez & last updated on August 16, 2019 3:09 am