Windows Processes Organizer

What is Windows Processes Organizer?

Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to warn its users about the dangers of allowing rogue security tools to run freely on their systems many PC owners continue to fall for the clever marketing campaigns employed by rogues such as Windows Processes Organizer. Windows Processes Organizer does not have the ability to detect or remove any type of infection or threat from a system. It makes use of seditious Trojans to root its infection into the system and will do its utmost in order to succeed in fleecing the user out of as much money as possible.
This rogue enters the system under suspicious circumstances and will remain hidden from the user’s attentions until such time that it decides to start its attack on the system. The first clue the user will have as to the presence of Windows Processes Organizer on his system will come from the various fake security alerts generated by Windows Processes Organizer. These false security notifications were designed to panic the user into thinking his system is under attack.

Windows Processes Organizer uses many unethical marketing methods and one of them includes completely hijacking Your desktop and only showing You the infection program. To regain access to your desktop You must follow one of these steps:

  • Wait until Windows Processes Organizer finishes its scan (It may take some time).
  • Click the link at the bottom left side of the screen. When a microsoft page opens up, You can close this window and now You should be able to close Windows Processes Organizer program.

Windows Processes Organizer will offer to magnanimously remove these falsely purported threats as soon as the consumer pays for its worthless products. Do not fall for the lies of this incredulous rogue. Remove Windows Processes Organizer immediately and take back what is rightfully yours.

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