Windows Functionality Checker Virus
Windows computers are constantly attacked by rogue viruses. These viruses are designed to emulate the same look and feel as a standard anti-virus program, yet do not actually perform the stated task and, in all actuality, cause trouble on the infected computer system. One such rogue program is Windows Functionality Checker. This program, once installed on the computer, begins to start up every single time the Windows computer boots up. When this occurs, it begins to display a fake virus scan. This scan is not actually taking place and the Windows Functionality Checker virus is just faking the entire thing.
However, as it “scans,” it states there are specific files that are infected on the computer. Chances are, these files don’t even exist on the computer. As long as the Windows Functionality Checker is still installed on the computer, it continues to load, every single time the computer boots, which results in not only a slow down in performance, but the Windows Functionality Checker beings to take over your computer system.
Screenshots of Windows Functionality Checker Virus
Remove Windows Functionality Checker virus
Every time the Windows Functionality Checker virus loads onto the screen, it states there is a large series of viruses on the computer, and in order to remove the viruses you need to pay to update the software. If you do choose to pay to update, you are basically paying for nothing, as the software is fake, as are the viruses. Every time you boot up the computer the Windows Functionality Checker virus begins to take over more and more files on the computer.
This includes files o the registry, which in turn prevents specific software and hardware from running on the computer. In order to correct this issue you need to remove Windows Functionality Checker. This is only possible if you follow a specific set of instructions, and the longer you want to remove Windows Functionality Checker, the further inbred the software becomes with the hardware and computer programming, making it more difficult to delete. If you never remove Windows functionality Checker, you are going to find the computer eventually failed to boot, rendering the entire computer useless.
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