How to Uninstall YourOptimizer

Is YourOptimizer a Virus?

YourOptimizer
YourOptimizer is a fake optimizer. You should not install this program to expect it to help you optimize your system and speed up the system operation. If you let this program install on your system, you will be very disappointed because instead of helping you optimize the system, this program is likely to generate fake pop-ups and slow down the system speed. Normally, YourOptimizer can be distributed with very tricky methods. For instance, it comes to targeted machines with bundled free programs.

After YourOptimizer gets installed, it begins to make changes to the system configurations immediately. This program will drop lots of corrupted files and locate them with the system files. Therefore, if you run your security tool to scan the system, you won’t find anything malicious. Mostly, YourOptimizer would display fake alerts on your screen, which always tell you that you have to fix lots of computer problems. It displays lots of junk files to you so that it can trick you into downloading the so-called full YourOptimizer version. Don’t download what YourOptimizer recommends to you. All you need to do is to uninstall YourOptimizer rather than keep it.

Solution 1: Remove YourOptimizer Virus Automatically & Thoroughly

Stubborn rogue programs like YourOptimizer can disguise its files and hide its existence in the infected system so that computer users with little computer expertise cannot easily get rid of it. Employing high-performance detection algorithm, this powerful Automatic Virus Fix Tool can detect all files and components of YourOptimizer as well as other malware that come together. Therefore, it can save you a lot of time and trouble to fix your problem.

Solution 2: Step by Step Manually Remove YourOptimizer Virus

When YourOptimizer virus comes into Windows systems, it will likely come with additional affiliated computer viruses without users’ permission. In order to get rid of this nasty rogue program completely, it is necessary to remove YourOptimizer virus and unknown malicious software from computers.

Step 1: Start the system into Safe Mode with Networking

Step 2: End Malicious Processes of YourOptimizer Virus

Step 3: Delete Malicious Keys of YourOptimizer Virus in the Registry

Step 4: Delete Malicious Files of YourOptimizer Virus in the Hard Drive

Step 5: Start the system into normal mode

Step 1. Start the system into Safe Mode with Networking

1. Hold Windows and R keys to open Run command.

winkey-and-R

2. Type msconfig and click OK.

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3. Click Boot tab, check Safe boot box and select Network and then click Apply.

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4. Click Restart button to restart your system. It will automatically boot your system into Safe Mode with Networking.

restart

Step 2. End Malicious Processes of YourOptimizer Virus

1. Right click on Taskbar and click Start Task Manager

start-Task-Manager

2. Click Processes tab, Click any suspicious process, and then click End Process

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Step 3. Delete Malicious Keys of YourOptimizer Virus in the Registry

1. Hold Windows and R keys to open Run command.

winkey-and-R

2. Type regedit and click OK.

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3. Search and delete all malicious keys of YourOptimizer Virus in all folders.

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Step 4. Delete Malicious Files of YourOptimizer Virus in the Hard Drive

For Windows Vista and 7 computer users,

1. Click Organize on the menu bar and click Folder and search Options.

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2. In View tab, check the checkbox of Show hidden files, folders, or drives under Hidden files and folders. Click OK button to close Options window.

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For Windows 8 or later computer users,

1. Double click Computer shortcut on the desktop.

2. Click View tab and check Hidden items to show all hidden files and folders.

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3. Remove the following files:

%UserProfile%Programs AppData [Random Charateristc].exe
%UserProfile%ProgramsTemp [Random Charateristc].dll
%UserProfile%Programs AppDataroaming [Random Charateristc].dll

Step 5. Start the system into normal mode

Repeat Step 1, uncheck Safe boot, click OK and restart Windows system in normal mode.

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Video of How to Remove YourOptimizer Virus

Attention: You need to be very careful and patient during the manual removal process. If you do a wrong step, unexpected problems will happen. So, it is suggested that you backup the system before performing manual removal. If you have no more time to deal with this nasty YourOptimizer virus, it is suggested that you make use of Automatic Removal Method to do the job.


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