Have you noticed that your computer is running slower than usual? Well, Windows Internet Booster might be responsible for this and other computer dysfunctions, like removed administrative privileges or restricted Internet connection. Windows Internet Booster has been implemented by cyber criminals to cause such Windows system’s symptoms, in the hopes of fooling as many PC users as possible, with a completely useless Windows Internet Booster license, allegedly adequate to delete your system attacking contaminants. So, if you have no wish to be played by schemers, remove Windows Internet Booster – the true Windows system infection in your computer!
Windows Internet Booster is a true scheming IT professionals’ masterpiece, since this tool seems to perform like any regular antispyware you might have faced in the past. It “scans” your computer, “detects” threats, and offers you to delete them. Moreover, all of its components are similar to the ones of real software and its verbal proclamations may seem very believable too. So, be aware that Windows Internet Booster’s removal recommendations are completely fake and do not represent the truth. No truth will be presented by fake Windows Internet Booster notifications either, forcing you to remove system errors and threats, which do not even exist in your system!
In case you are not highly experienced with malware removal, do not think that you will be able to successfully delete Windows Internet Booster manually - do not waste your time learning the tricks of this complex task and simply introduce antispyware tools, which will remove Windows Internet Booster automatically faster than anyone could manually! This removal solution will also ensure your Windows OS is protected against various malicious programs, freeing you from having to worry about having to delete malware henceforth.
Windows Internet Booster is a clone of Windows Daily Adviser, Windows High-Ends Protector and other rogues that belong to the same the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. As this bogus application does not protect your system but try to scare you into believing that the system is infected, delete this rogue in no time.
This counterfeit program tries to scare the Windows users with a variety of imaginary errors, notifications or threats. Some of the simulated errors are given:
Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.
Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
The notifications say that you should activate Windows Internet Booster because the system is at risk; however, it is a lie, and you should remove this infection from the system. Never trust the content of the messages and fake security scans.
The makers of Windows Internet Booster knew that you might not trust it or ignore the scans; therefore, they created Windows Internet Booster so that it could impair the system. For example, you cannot run some executes because they are blocked by the registry entries created by the rogue. Additionally, Registry Editor is hidden, and there is no way to check what changes are made. You cannot connect to the Internet and view Task Manager, as well. These system’s impairments are created to make you purchase the “full” version of the rogue which means that you pay your money voluntarily for nothing! Remove Windows Internet Booster without hesitation.
You can get rid of this infection either manually or automatically. The manual removal of Windows Internet Booster has to be performed responsibly, because none of the components of the rogue can be left in the system. This way of removal is for experienced Windows Users, and you should not try doing it yourself. We recommend using a legitimate antispyware tool to remove the infection. The antispyware will detect the components of the infection and remove all of them so that you do not have to worry about further infections.
However, if you want to get rid of this pest manually, you need to disable the fake scans and messages and to restore Task Manager, Registry Editor and other processes of the system. It can be achieved by entering an activation key:
When you enter the key, proceed to remove Windows Internet Booster manually.