Analysis of Windows Command ProcessorWindows Command Processor is a rogue anti-spyware program. Once executed, it keeps popping up to ask permission to open windows command processor. Clicking cancel won’t stop such pop up for it comes again within a second, which is really irritating. Besides, Windows Command Processor may bring other computer threats like Trojan as well. What drives you crazy is that your antivirus program like AVG, Malware bytes can’t stop Windows Command Processor pop up. When you want to run them as usual, just end with nothing. When you click yes to run Windows Command Processor, it will perform as legitimate ones to scan your computer and list plenty of threats, but those threats are all fake. It claims that you need to download and install Windows Command Processor for turning your computer to be what it should be. Just like any other rogue malware, the aim is to lure you to pay for the advised programs.
When you keep on getting Windows Command Processor pop up, what you should do should be searching and removing corrupt files of Windows Command Processor to eradicate it but not paying any program. Since your antivirus program can’t deal with it, you should try manual steps for removal.
Damage of Windows Command Processor• It can run automatically by adding a new registry entry.
• Once executed, your computer will keep on receiving Windows Command Processor pop up.
• It may bring or invite other computer threats.
• It may disable your antivirus programs or anti-spyware.
• It will slow down computer performance.
• It may make the computer freeze frequently.
Reliable Steps For Windows Command Processor RemovalWell, many computer users have a hard time to deal with Windows Command Processor for their antivirus programs can’t do auto removal. The most effective way to deal with it is by manual removal. Here are the detailed instructions:
Step 1: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and end all Windows Command Processor processes in the Windows Task Manager.
Step 2: Remove all the associated files of Windows Command Processor:
%AppData%\Local\[random].exe %AppData%\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Templates\[random] %Temp%\[random] %UserProfile%\Desktop\Windows Command Processor.lnkStep 3: Open the Registry Editor, remove all these Registry Entries created by Windows Command
(Click Start button> click "Run" > Input "regedit" into the Run box and click ok)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe “(Default)” = ‘exefile’ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe “Content Type” = ‘application/x-msdownload’ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe\DefaultIcon “(Default)” = ‘%1? = ‘”%UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\[random].exe” /START “%1? %*’
Note: To someone who has little knowledge about virus removal, above instructions will be complicated; To someone who hasn’t sufficient expert skills, you may meet with lots of difficulties even make the system unavailable in the end. The safe and convenient way to help you out will be using the automatic virus remover to terminate Windows Command Processor and remove each of its files and registry entries completely. Moreover, effective virus remover like SpyHunter can also protect your computer and prevent the future virus attacks automatically.