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Windows XP Fix Optimization and Repair Application Fails to 'Fix' PC Issues
Windows XP Fix is a bogus defragmentation and optimization program created by hackers to pass off the application as a legitimate one only to extort money from unsuspecting PC users.
The reality behind Windows XP Fix is that all of its alerts and notifications are fabricated and used as a scare technique. This scare technique is cleverly crafted to eventually gain the trust of PC users so they may willingly purchase a so-called registered copy of Windows XP Fix. In doing so, the PC user may believe that a registered copy of Windows XP Fix will solve their entire computer issues presented by the Windows XP Fix program initially.
By purchasing Windows XP Fix, PC users are foiled and their money is taken in return for a worthless program. A registered copy of Windows XP Fix will not boost system performance nor will it fix discovered issues on a PC. Instead, Windows XP Fix will continually annoy a PC user until the Windows XP Fix program is actually removed or uninstalled.
The uninstallation or removal process for Windows XP Fix usually involves using an antispyware program to detect and safely remove Windows XP Fix. Windows XP Fix is known to populate the hard drive of a Windows system with several malware files and registry entries that may not be automatically removed using conventional methods for uninstalling programs.
The use of an updated antispyware program is the best way for removing Windows XP Fix from a PC. This task may be accomplished through the provided resources on EnigmaSoftware.com Windows XP Fix removal process post at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/