Windows Recovery Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Recovery is?

Windows Recovery is a new clone of Windows Diagnostic, Windows Tool and Fake HDD. It is a fake defragmenter tool which is created to look like a useful program, but it does not have an ability to really scan your computer for any errors present. As a rogue defragmenter it parasitizes your computer because its purpose is to extort financial gain by fooling you into believing that something is terribly wrong with your computer.

Upon the installation in your system Windows Recovery performs a fake system scan. The rogue’s interface informs you that it is checking various directories, which actually exist in your computer. Also, this rogue takes into consideration your system’s properties. At the right top of Windows Recovery’s application you will see the information of your system (such as the Operating System, size of Random Axis Memory, and hard drive volume). When Windows Recovery displays the exact information it looks more reliable, but it is highly deceptive.

One of the proofs that Windows Recovery is nothing but a fraudulent program is the error messages that it displays. For example, there is such security notification:

Critical Error
Hard drive critical error. Run a system diagnostic utility to check your hard disk drive for errors. Windows can't find hard disk space. Hard drive error.

If there was a real hard drive critical error in your computer you would not be able to operate you system at all. You might be able to boot your computer and load your Windows, but after a minute or so the Windows would freeze and you would not be able to do anything. So there is no way in the world how this message could be true.

Windows Recovery rears its nasty real head, when the fake scan is done and the rogue finds “errors”. The “Advanced Module” tab lights up at the bottom right corner of the notification, offering you to purchase the product activation key. It will even offer you a discount, trying to persuade you to buy the Premium Unlimited Edition for $79.50. It is highly ironic how there is a 30 days money-back guarantee badge on the purchase notification. Naturally, Windows Recovery would never give your money back. If you have been tricked into paying for this malicious product, you need to contact your bank immediately, so they could refund you.

Don’t spend your money on this worthless product. Use this activation key to “activate” Windows Recovery on your computer. It will help you with removing the rogue.


Time is the key in this situation, and you mustn’t hesitate when it comes to killing Windows Recovery.

In non techie terms:

Windows Recovery is a fake defragmenter tool, which is designed to steal your money. At the same time it slows down your system performance and damages your computer, so you must terminate Windows Recovery at all costs.

Aliases: WindowsRecovery.