Do you know what HDD Doctor Recovery is?
There are lots of computer threats which pose as useful programs, such as the new parasite called HDD Doctor Recovery. It is a fake (rogue) defragmenter tool, which is a direct clone of HDD Scan and HDD Control. Even though at first glance it might seem that this program is beneficial to your computer, don’t be fooled by this scam, because HDD Doctor Recovery is a malicious software application, created to bring your system down.
The genuine defragmenter tools are devised to defragment files in your computer. For example, when you don’t have enough of disc space, the files are split up into fragments and then stored in various places of your hard drive, which eventually slows down the performance of your system. A defragmenter tool defragments those files, making them one again, and improving the performance of your system. HDD Doctor Recovery PRETENDS to be that kind of tool, and upon its installation in your system, it performs a fake system scan consequently finding a lot of “errors” which have to be fixed.
If you follow the instructions of HDD Doctor Recovery and try to defragment your computer using this program, it will try to convince you, that you simply MUST buy the full version of the program, because the trial version is not able to get rid of all the errors present. Do not listen to these blatant lies, because HDD Doctor Recovery will only rip you off and subsequently leave your computer in ruins, because when you pay for the program, you spend your money for nothing. And the rogue remains in your system, causing it further damage.
Do what is best for you and your computer. Acquire a genuine security tool and terminate HDD Doctor Recovery as soon as you can.
In non techie terms:
HDD Doctor Recovery is a rogue defragmenter tool, which means it is a fake software application, designed to extort unsuspecting users, stealing their money. It damages your computer and does not allow you to perform the most usual tasks, so you need to delete HDD Doctor Recovery before it is too late.
Aliases: HDDDoctorRecovery, HDDDoctor Recovery, HDD DoctorRecovery.