Windows Restore is a rogue antispyware that has been created in order to steal money from innocent people. This program looks like a legitimate system optimizer and uses a color scheme that allows it to seamlessly incorporate into Windows interface. Therefore, Windows Restore manages to tricks a number of users into believing that the fake error notifications it displays are real. They think that they need to fix errors with Windows Restore, but that is the catch in this infection.
Once the user clicks Fix Errors button, he is redirected to Windows Restore's purchase page. There he is required to enter his credit card information in order to acquire a full version of Windows Restore. You should never reveal any personal information to this threat, because your money is the only thing Windows Restore wants. Once you pay for it, your sensitive data will be transferred to cyber criminals and they will be able to access your bank account in no time. Before you know it, you will be robbed to the very last cent.
Better take a closer look to a list of errors displayed on Windows Restore's interface. It says such things as "Drive C initializing error", "Bad sectors on hard drive or damaged file allocation table", "Read time of hard drive clusters less than 500 ms" and so on. Actually, if most of these (or if any of these) errors were actually there, you would not be able to boot your system at all. After all, if your hard disk has a severe error, you cannot operate your computer. Therefore, you can expose Windows Restore as an impostor and a fake program that only damages your system if you keep it there.
Thus, you need to remove Windows Restore from your computer as soon as you can. You can refer to list of files below for manual removal, but if you find it too troublesome, you can download a reliable antimalware tool and terminate Windows Restore automatically. Not to mention that with automatic malware removal, you will also ensure that no other malicious program trespasses into your system again.