Windows Personal Doctor Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Personal Doctor is?

If your system is slowing down, and a strange computer scanner is warning you about a vast infection, there is no need to panic, because that is exactly what Windows Personal Doctor wants you to do. The fake antispyware program may look like a legitimate security protector; however, it is just another clone of Rogue.VirusDoctor family (Windows Trojans Sleuth, Windows Malware Sleuth, etc.). The bogus Windows Personal Doctor is very harmful to your system’s security, as it can create perfect conditions for other malicious applications to invade. The main task for Windows Personal Doctor is to convince you to pay for the licensed version of its bogus security guard. In return for your money, you will not receive any real protection, and you will become vulnerable to identity theft. Therefore, you need to remove Windows Personal Doctor from your Windows system at once.

If you act carelessly when browsing through the internet, you can easily acquire Windows Personal Doctor via bundled downloads, social engineering scams or online advertisement. So, it is important that you only use legal sources, and ignore everything that looks suspicious. That includes fake online scanners that inform you of your computer’s infections. And if you think that your computer might be infected with proclaimed malware and you wan tot get rid of it, simply purchase and trust a legitimate antispyware tool, which will guard you against Windows Personal Doctor, and similar infections.

Once you or a Trojan activate Windows Personal Doctor, your computer will start running sluggishly, you will lose access to Registry Editor and Task Manager, and there will be no way to run most executable files. This is done so that you would not be able to discover and remove Windows Personal Doctor right away. Moreover, with the help of these annoying symptoms the rogue will be able to fool you that your system is infected. To fool you even more, Windows Personal Doctor will also use numerous notifications. Note that you must not believe any of the information proclaimed in the bogus security warnings (see bellow), as they do not represent the reality, and you have one more good reason to get rid of Windows Personal Doctor.

Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.

Software without a digital signature detected.
Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
Windows Media Player Resources
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

If you regain control over your Registry Editor and Task Manager, it will be much easier for you to delete Windows Personal Doctor. This is why you should begin the removal processes by entering the researched activation code. It will get rid of the symptoms and simplify the task.

Activation code: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020

After you enter the number, you must choose one of the two ways to remove Windows Personal Doctor from your Windows system. You can do it by installing and activating a reliable antispyware tool, which is recommended to all PC users. Or you can choose manual Windows Personal Doctor removal. However, only Windows experts will be able to catch the infection and delete all of its files.

In non-techie terms:

Windows Personal Doctor is a malicious application, which has nothing to offer you, and needs to be erased instantly! In case you got fooled by this deceitful program and purchased its licensed version, do not hesitate and inform your bank to get refunded. Note that even though you have paid money for the fake tool and, all of the symptoms have disappeared, it does not mean that you do not need to remove Windows Personal Doctor from your PC.

If you do not do this, there is no guarantee that malware will not come back and ask you for even more money.

Aliases: WindowsPersonalDoctor.