Do you know what Windows Restore is?
Rogue antispyware is created to misappropriate money from unsuspecting users. Windows Restore is a new rogue application working hard for exactly this purpose. It poses as a reliable security program, and then fools users into paying for nothing. In the end, the user is left with a crashed computer and no money at all. If you want to prevent this from happening, you need to seriously considering removing Windows Restore from your system at once.
It might be possible to catch this infection when you are searching for something on the Internet. That is not to say that the search engine is giving you results with infected links on purpose. Simply, the creators of Windows Restore are very adept at using the keywords which are the most popular lately and thus the links to infected sites end up being almost at the top of the search result list. If you click on an infected link, it directs you to the site which offers you to check your computer for various errors. Sometimes you don’t even need to click anything, as the download might be programmed to start automatically. Whichever way the contamination enters your system, you need to be sure to deal with Windows Restore in a serious fashion.
Windows Restore shows the most common features of the rogue, because it starts a fake system scan, when it is installed. During the “scan” it finds a lot of errors and infections in your computer, and thus it prompts you to fix these errors. However, you cannot you do it just like that, because right after a moment Windows Restore tells you to purchase the license for the full version of the program, because only a full version of Windows Restore can secure your computer’s safety 100%.
That is an obvious life, because Windows Restore will never be able to do that. It is a malicious software application, and the only thing it wants is your money. It will damage your computer in the ways known only to it. You need to block the rogue from doing it. The best way to do it is to terminate Windows Restore completely. You can do it manually, but if you feel that it might be a bit too hard to do it for you on your own, then you are strongly advised to use an automatic malware remover. Just make sure that you remove Windows Restore from you system completely.
In non techie terms:
Windows Restore is a rogue antispyware application which is designed to steal your money. It pretends to be a real security program, and then bombards you with fake security messages. These notifications are nothing but fake, and you need to delete Windows Restore from your computer as soon as possible if you value the contents of your bank account.