If you come up against XP Antispyware Pro 2013, remove it from the system immediately. This application was created by the crooks that created Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013 and other malware. XP Antispyware Pro 2013, as its predecessor, belongs to the rogue family which includes many fake applications created for the same purpose — to mislead the users and make them pay money for a nonexistent security application.
XP Antispyware Pro 2013 beguiles the user into thinking that the system is infected. The rogue is created to simulate the system’s scans and show imaginary file names to make the user believe that these “threats” are dangerous. The infections such as viruses or Trojans presented by XP Antispyware Pro 2013 are not located in the system even thought they might be known to the public as real threats. To form a stronger impression that the system is infected, XP Antispyware Pro 2013 pop-ups security warning messages saying that certain infections have been detected. Ignore the information that you get from XP Antispyware Pro 2013 and remove from the system.
If you do not delete XP Antispyware Pro 2013, probably you think that this application is real and that you should acquire its full version to terminate the infections. XP Antispyware Pro 2013, supposedly capable of detecting the threats, should be also capable of removing the infections, but if it redirects you to its purchase form and offers you to activate it in order to delete malware, Trojans and viruses, get rid of this pest at once.
You can eliminate XP Antispyware Pro 2013 in two ways. The first way is a manual removal, which is usually recommended for experienced Windows users, because the removal has to be performed very thoroughly. All the components of XP Antispyware Pro 2013 have to be deleted from the system to prevent further infections. An automatic removal is performed by a trusted antispyware application which detects the components and removes them automatically. The antispyware does not damage the system but helps it run properly.