SW-Sustainer 1.80 is recognized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) which could be run in an intrusive manner. Genuine P Software, Certified Toolbar, and PremiumSoft are a few companies which may publish the application alongside SW-Booster. Unfortunately, regardless of the company, you will not know when the suspicious piece of software enters the system. The clandestine SW-Sustainer 1.80 is not silent; however, it is installed without any notification, and computer users rarely see any evidence suggesting its existence. The bottom line is that you should delete SW-Sustainer 1.80 regardless of whether you have discovered it yourself or it was identified by a malware scanner.
The removal of SW-Sustainer 1.80 is important to those computer users whose operating systems are vulnerable. If legitimate malware detection and removal software is not installed, the suspicious PUP could be corrupted by schemers. It is now clear that SW-Sustainer 1.80 is distributed using the unreliable InstalleRex-WebPick installers that often work as the carriers of advertisement-supported software, other potentially unwanted programs (e.g., Youtubeadblocker or Optimizer Pro), and even malicious browsers hijackers (e.g., Websearch.good-results.info or Websearch.search-guide.info). Even though we are now focused on the successful removal of SW-Sustainer 1.80, we warn you that it is necessary to delete all infections installed together with the disturbing PUP.
So, why should you remove SW-Sustainer 1.80? This PUP is an adware helper, which means that it can download software and send or receive data. Some computer users do not find this intimidating or alarming; however, this is precisely why you must delete SW-Sustainer 1.80 from the operating system. If you do not, the disturbing program could be used to download malicious files, and these could execute malware installers. Do you want your operating system to be infected with more dangerous threats? Of course you do not, so you must get rid of SW-Sustainer 1.80.
Even though SW-Sustainer 1.80 itself is not a critical threat, it could be a security backdoor. You must delete this potentially unwanted program because it is possible that unreliable parties will use it to update dangerous software. As mentioned before, the PUP usually travels with malicious or undesirable programs. This means that after you remove SW-Sustainer 1.80, you MUST scan the operating system to identify the remaining threats or PUPs. Use automatic malware removal software to delete running malware and safeguard the operating system against infections which may attack in the future -- or trust your own manual removal skills. The first manual removal step is represented below.
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP: