I think I just accidentally download Windows Accelerator Pro thing and now I’m having a hard time uninstalling it from my computer. First I got this pop up on the internet and thought it was a useful program. But I can’t use my computer ever since it’s installed. It will not be uninstalled from Control Panel. Now it keeps popping up whenever I try to run a program or open a profile on the computer. Do I get an activate code to fix this problem? How to remove Microsoft Accelerator Pro on computer?
Windows Accelerator Pro – How to Remove Fake AV
Windows Accelerator Pro is a rogue antispyware designed specifically by computer hackers to scam innocent PC users around the world. This rogue will claim itself as a helpful PC protection software and report many infections on the targeted computers to trick PC users into paying for this malware program. For computer users who have got this unwanted program on their machines, they are usually unable to use the computers properly because of the constant blocks from this rogue scam program. Also, they are having a hard time to uninstall it. Besides from getting installed manually by computer users, this fake antivirus can also get on targeted computers without permissions via bundling with the unidentified files or applications one downloads from the internet. Instead of helping users protect their PCs from virus attacks, it acts aggressively on computers and causes lots of troubles.
If you are having troubles using your computer, uninstall Windows Accelerator Pro for good to restore computer. This particular pop up program on your computer which does not belong to Microsoft products is in fact a malware problem. Rogue antispyware is a major computer threat that cannot be solved by antivirus programs. It is specifically designed by hackers and distributed on networks widely to attack Windows users mostly. Upon successful install, the rogue will modify the default settings of the computer and make things terrible. If you are having this Microsoft Accelerator Pro rogue scam on computer, you may experience these following troubles:
Computer is slow in response.
Most files and programs are reported by this rogue to be infected by viruses and you are having a tough time opening these files and programs.
Many potential threats are being found on your computer by this rogue.
CPU Usage percentage is rather high.
Desktop icons are missing or relocated.
How do I go about removing Windows Accelerator Pro on my computer?
Apparently, you are unable to run security programs on computer when PC is infected by this rogue scam ware. Thus, to uninstall this unwanted program on computer, manual removal is a better choice. Compared to anti-malware removal which can be disabled by the virus infection in this circumstance, manual removal is a more effective way to get rid of this rogue from your computer. For that, expertise will be required to accurate the process of the removal as any vital mistakes could be resulted due to a single misleading step.
The Fake AV Rogue Scam Screenshot
* It is noticeable to all that this rogue pop up has a similar appearance as many legit antivirus programs. Hence, average PC users can be easily confused by this scam ware and will be more willing to pay to activate the rogue program. Warning! The amount of money you spend on this rogue won’t be returnable once paid.
Where can I get the Windows Accelerator Pro activation code?
Does this rogue detect and report many potential threats on your computer? Can you not delete these threats until you activate the program? Basically, this scam program is created to trick PC users into believing that their computers are infected by many threats that other security tools can’t detect or remove. Then it will require users to pay a certain amount of fine online to activate the rogue to a full/registered version so that it can help you delete these infections fully. However, there is not such thing as a registered version of the rogue. The activation code is just a trick played by computer hackers to get your money. Basic rule is, do not pay to activate this fake AV program to compromise your computer further.
How do I remove all these security popups?
Whenever you attempt to run a file or program on the computer, this rogue virus screen or its security alerts will pop up telling you that the file/program is infected. PC users are warned to ignore all these security popups as they attempt to get you to delete personal or important system files on the computer. In other words, these alerts are false reports generated by the rogue. Uninstall Windows Accelerator Pro rogue scam manually to block all these annoying popups on computer.
A Step-by-Step Removal Instruction for Fake Antivirus
Manual Removal Steps: (For most Windows users)
1. Safe Mode with Networking/Safe Mode with Command Prompt.
Restart the infected computer, tap F8 key constantly when computer is booting back up to get safe mode options on the screen, use arrow keys to highlight the option you want to enter then press E/Enter key. * Usually, this rogue program will be disabled from automatically starting in safe mode. Users will be able to fix the problem without constant blocks from the fake AV.
2. Windows Task Manager.
Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC; or pull up Run box from Start menu to type in taskmgr
Click on Processes tab
End process of Windows Accelerator Pro virus
Click on Applications tab
Right click on tasks you want to end
Select Go To Process
3. Delete virus files and registries from system.
Click on Start button
Search for “folder options” on top right corner
Click on View tab
Show hidden files, folders, and drives
C:\Users\profile name here\AppData\random names
* Special tips for Windows 8 users: To put a Windows 8 into safe mode, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE to get the Restart option, hold down Shift key then select Restart. On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot, Advanced options, Startup Settings, Restart. If you are still having troubles with the fix process on a Windows 8, contact online PC experts for help now to remove Windows Accelerator Pro.
Video Guide to Remove Fake AV:
Rogue antispyware is another major computer problem for most Windows computer users all around the world. This type of computer threat usually looks like helpful antivirus programs. But they turn out to be very troublesome. This Windows Accelerator Pro is one of the latest versions of this rogue antispyware group. Although unwanted by computer users, it’s still able to pop up on computers unexpectedly. It can be set as the start-up program of the infected computer in order to automatically launch its program every time PC is started. It then runs constant security checks through computer and reports many potential threats to you. Most files and programs on the computer cannot be open due to this rogue screen block. In order to get rid of all these “potential threats”, you are asked to activate the rogue program first. Since this potentially unwanted program is a computer malware, one shouldn’t pay for its “registered version” but should remove it ASAP.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on December 29, 2013 4:40 am