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Remove Windows Efficiency Console, Rogueware Manual Removal

Windows Efficiency Console emerges as a span-new rogue security application (also called rogueware) produced by fraudsters to deceive users into paying money for its simulated removal of reported malware. The customary maneuver Windows Efficiency Console adopts is the emulational GUI (Graphical User Interface) cloned from standard anti-virus program, attempting to mislead users to believe in its authority. Generally, Windows Efficiency Console will be executed automatically upon its installation and then operate an auto scan for users, which regularly will report large numbers of PC malware or other threats existed on computer. However, those alerts are technically fabricated by Windows Efficiency Console and aim at hoodwinking users to purchase its imaginary full “licensed” version purportedly for the sake of maintaining Windows security.

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Nonetheless, Windows Efficiency Console only comes out as a fraud tool utilized by cyber criminals to gain from victims, which categorically should be deracinated from computer. Most commonly Windows Efficiency Console rogue virus has the capability to infiltrate onto a victim’s computer without awareness by taking advantage of its advanced spread techniques. Windows Efficiency Console usually is distributed by suspicious websites or some legitimate websites which have been compromised to Windows Efficiency Console malware. When users visit such kind of websites, the Windows Efficiency Console application can be directly downloaded and executed onto computer. Moreover, Windows Efficiency Console virus is also packaged with some pirated or illegally acquired software which may contain the activation of malware. Additionally, another common method used to diffuse Windows Efficiency Console should be the unknown attachments or links in SPAM email. Thereupon, computer users should keep cautious while using any unreliable resources in order to avoid unwanted damage or loss.

Once being lurked onto a computer, the fake Windows Efficiency Console application equipped with similar attributes as other rogueware like the infamous Windows Advanced Security Center virus, tends to multiply its codes and registry files constantly so that to mess up default system settings. This may typically include Windows Boot Sector which has the responsibility for the operating system’s boot loader. In this case, the Windows Efficiency Console program could be loaded up automatically whenever users start computer. While running in the background, Windows Efficiency Console simultaneously may cause web traffic on user’s browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, through modify default web configuration. And then, some victims may encounter irritating ads pop-ups taking control of browsers or unexpected disconnection to Internet. In addition, the Windows Efficiency Console rogue malware may be often bundled with plenty related threats, which include Trojan, Worms, Keyloggers or Ransomware. After the complete operation of Windows Efficiency Console, those potential threats could be installed and executed on computer to do further harm. Without ant doubts that Windows Efficiency Console should be terminated timely to end up its worse damage for good.

Note: The following removal instruction requires certain computer expertise. If you meet any trouble during the operation, please feel free to contact VilmaTech certified professionals 24/7 online here for the further help.

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Manually Remove Windows Efficiency Console

Windows 7:

a. From the Start menu, select Control Panel.

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b. In Large or Small icon view, click Programs and Features. If you’re using Category view, under “Programs”, click Uninstall a program.

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c. Select Windows Efficiency Console from the list of programs, and click Uninstall. Alternatively, right-click the program and select Uninstall.

Windows Vista:

a. From the Start menu, select Control Panel.

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b. In Classic View, double-click Programs and Features. In Control Panel Home view, under “Programs”, click Uninstall a program.

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c. Select Windows Efficiency Console from the program list, and click Uninstall. Alternatively, right-click the program and select Uninstall.

Windows XP:

a. From the Start menu, select Control Panel.

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b. Click the Add or Remove Programs icon.

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c. Select Windows Efficiency Console from the list of programs and click Remove.

Windows 8:

a. Access Start Menu by pressing the Windows Key

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b. Click Uninstall on the toolbar that appears at the bottom of the screen.

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c. The Programs and Features window will open.

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d. Highlight Windows Efficiency Console, and then press Uninstall.

Note:  If you have any problem or question during the whole removal process, please contact VilmaTech Support agents 24/7 online for more detailed instructions.

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Remove Registry Files of Windows Efficiency Console

1. Close all running processes. Before you end its relevant malicious processes shown as below, please make certain you have saved and close all the running files or any other applications first.

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2. Show hidden files of Windows Efficiency Console:

  • Click on the Start button and then on Control Panel.

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  • Click on the Appearance and Personalization and go to Folder Options.

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  • Click on the View tab in the Folder Options window.

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  • Choose the Show hidden files, folders, and drives under the Hidden files and folders category. Select OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window.

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3. Delete virus files:
The related files can be looked for through the Internet; you just then search for these files on your pc and delete them manually.

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%AppData%\NPSWF32.dll
%AppData%\Protector-{random}.exe
%AppData%\result.db
%Desktop%\ Windows Efficiency Console.lnk
%StartMenu%\Programs\ Windows Efficiency Console.lnk

4. Remove malicious registry entries:
Windows Efficiency Console adds corrupt entries in the compromised computer’s registry so it can hide deeply without you knowing. Again search for and delete the related registry entries listed below:

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “WarnOnHTTPSToHTTPRedirect” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegistryTools” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableTaskMgr” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Inspector”

Conclusion:

The Windows Efficiency Console is another destructive rogue security application designed by cyber crooks to mislead computer users into purchasing its bogus licensed version for their illegal purpose. Hence, no matter how authentic it pretends, it is totally a fraud tool which has nothing to do with the standard antivirus program. Without timely removal, the Windows Efficiency Console virus could even bring additional unexpected and dangerous symptoms on affected computer. In this case, it is urgent to get rid of Windows Efficiency Console timely so that to avoid further damage or financial loss. Some computer users may attempt to remove Windows Efficiency Console with the aid of their installed security tools. However, the Windows Efficiency Console has the strong ability to bypass the detection and auto removal from them. Thereupon, the effective manual removal is strong suggested for users to completely terminate Windows Efficiency Console for good. Manual removal is a complex and hazardous process that may cause irreparable man-made damage to your computer. If you’re not professional, you may ask help from VilmaTech online agents who will save your time and guarantee the needed result.

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