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Uninstall Speed Analysis – Detailed Instruction on Speed Analysis Removal

As technology develops, more people attach greater attention to computer health so as to gain a perfect operation. By promoting itself as an expert giving advice on how to speed up computer performance, Speed Analysis manages to gain popularity and therefore make its landing on thousands of computers successfully. However, it is right after its download when PC users realize that Speed Analysis acts quite differently from others of its kind without putting its executable item, e.g. Speedanalysis setup.exe and uninstall.exe, neither in its installation package nor Control Panel. Appearing to be a piece of computer health care program, Speed Analysis of 1.0.0.1 version has also been reported to install itself without obtaining permission. It has been found that speedanalysis.net, an adware helps with promotion of several suspicious computer speed up applications, pops up to build up more possibility for Speed Analysis’s automatic installation after more clicks are made by PC users who in hopes of optimizing their precious computers.

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Almost all PC users ask for help in uninstalling Speed Analysis before long since the computer is not speeded up and what’s worse, some popup adware sticks around. Therefore, it is called a rogueware. The typical deed of such kind is to list out series of PC problems, requirement for purchase will then be brought up if any resolution is made to get them fix. Speed Analysis behaves just the same. Some want it uninstalled after the regret over Speed Analysis purchase as zero progress has been made and performance has become even worse. Needless to say, failure will always be seen if one simply access to Control Panel and run anti-virus program. Resemble to an application taking care of machine, Speed Analysis is not flagged by installed security utilities. What makes the uninstall harder is due to the fact that its registry entries is buried down to the kernel part of a machine, making fatal items of Speed Analysis invisible to PC users with poor computer technology.

There is always an immediacy in Speed Analysis uninstall for such fabricated optimization software, claiming to offer all-around service with a size of little more than a hundred mega byte, is capable of producing vulnerability on a system, making the compromised machine susceptible to aggressive virus concealed on the Internet. To remove Speed Analysis completely and be far away from harassment from its affiliates like speedanalysis.net adware, one may need to put in more work, such as digging out and deleting Speed Analysis’s registry entries, emptying out its remainders, modifying back browser settings manually, etc. because no program will help you with the above movement automatically. Vilmatech online support tested Speed Analysis on a virtual machine to provide the solution accordingly. You are welcome to follow up.

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Steps to Uninstall Speed Analysis Thoroughly

Step One. We have to terminate Speed Analysis’s process before we take any further step without disturbance from error message telling failure is met because certain file is used at the moment.

A. if you own Windows7/vista/XP, two combination keys are available to access Task Manager:

  1. Ctrl, Alt and Delete
  2. Ctrl, Shift and Esc

Windows Task Manager

B. if you own Windows 8, ‘Task’ or ‘Task Manager’ on Start screen will lead you to Task Manager.

Windows 8 task manager

Step Two. Go to Control Panel to see if you get any chance to meet Speed Analysis there; if so, right click on it to select ‘Remove’.

Step Three. Show hidden files so that you will not miss any vicious items hidden by Speed Analysis and move forward to successful uninstall.

A. Windows 7/XP/Vista users section:

  1. Open ‘Control Panel’ from Start menu and search for ‘Folder Options’.
  2. Under View tab, tick ‘Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’ -> click ‘OK’.

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B. Windows 8 users section:

  1. Click on Windows Explorer application from Start Screen.
  2. Select View tab will leads to numbers of options.
  3. Tick ‘File name extensions’ and ‘Hidden items’ options.

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Step Four. Reset browser you use to make sure that you will not be plagued by its affiliates on the Internet.

 A. if you use Internet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Click on the Tools menu -> select Internet Options.
  3. In the Internet Options window, click on the Advanced tab -> click on the Restore Defaults button -> press OK.

 B. if you use Firefox:

  1. Click on the Firefox button -> Help -> Troubleshooting information.
  2. Locate the box on the left uppers corner of the web page -> click on ‘Reset Firefox’ button there.

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3.  A box pops up for confirmation, please click ‘Reset Firefox’

 C. if you use Google Chrome:

  1. Choose ‘Customize and Control Google Chrome’ menu.

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2.  Select ‘Options’.

3.  Click ‘Under the Hood’ tab.

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4.  Click ‘Reset to Defaults’ button.

Step Five. Click Start Menu -> select ‘Run’ ->Type ‘regedit’ (without quptation) in Run box -> access Registry Editor -> delete entries related to Speed Analysis.

registry enditor

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = 0

 

Kind reminder:

Vulnerability can contribute to additional virus attack and is known to be taken advantage to dispatch more malicious codes to Speed Analysis. While the above instruction only applies to Speed Analysis at its first stage, one may fail should any connivance is ever thrown to the application. One more thing, if you know little about a computer, it is not advisable to access Registry Editor as any slight mistake can result in irretrievable damage to a system. Contact and consult VilmaTech online support to ensure everything is undertaken properly.

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