Windows operating systems are prone to a great deal of malware that can slow down your computer and make it difficult to use. It is not always easy to remove this malware. WindowexeAllkiller is a way to remove unwanted malware from your computer. It is not highly automated: It requires the user to be able to identify what it is that he or she wants to remove from the computer, and the assumption is that the user has done some research and carefully considered what to remove. If you have found this web site because you are searching on the specific file name of a browser help object or commercial pop ups that are making it difficult to use your computer, this is a good utility for you to try.
A word of caution: WindowexeAllkiller is a utility that returns control of your machine to you. You must *actively approve* --by placing a check mark--the utilities that *stay* on your computer. The program check marks a few automatically. Many of the things that you might choose to remove are from legitimate companies that provide a valuable service.
A beginner user of WindowexeAllkiller should concentrate, the first time, on the one or two most serious problems in order to learn the program. Once you are familiar with the program, you may find it is a way to remove a large number of unwanted programs at once. To be an effective user of WindowexeAllkiller you need to have a clear idea of what you wish to remove from your computer; once you have gotten rid of active malware, you might use WindowexeAllkiller to customize your computer's operations by setting aside certain operations to do manually, such as updates. If you are completely new to computers this utility is not for you. If you have reached the point of doing extensive research on how to remove a difficult object, and such obvious steps as uninstall in the windows control box have not worked for you, this may help you out.
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