Windows User Satellite Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows User Satellite is?

There is a huge family of rogue system optimization applications which is a terrible threat to you and your computer. The new member of this family is Windows User Satellite. The other clones of this rogue include Windows Safety Protection, Windows Problems Solution and Windows Software Guard. This malicious application launches an attack against you in order to rip financial gain.

Your system’s vulnerabilities can be exploited by a Trojan infection and this is how you get contaminated by Windows User Satellite. Randomly generated file names of the rogue also makes it hard to detect the threat, even if you have a security program in your computer already.

When Windows User Satellite settles down in your system you will experience an onslaught of numerous fake security alerts. Since the rogue pretends to be a security tool, it tries to convince that you have been infected and you need to active full version of Windows User Satellite to protect yourself from further computer damage. The truth is, these calls for action are nothing but lies devised to trick you into spilling out your credit card data. Were you to do so, you might experience a shock the next time you check your bank account balance.

One of the basic symptoms of Windows User Satellite infection is the inability to fully access your desktop. You are being obstructed by the annoying rogue notification. Fear not, there is a way to restore your desktop. All you have to do is follow these instructions:

  1. Reboot your system. Now all you can see is only the rogue application. Click the “OK” button to make it go away. Once you do it, Windows User Satellite will initiate a fake system scan.
  2. Wait for the scan to finish. When another security notification pops up, click on the “OK” button again.
  3. Now close the application by clicking on the red “X” at the right top of it.
  4. The application will go away and you will be able to fully utilize your desktop again.

Just because you have your desktop back, it doesn’t mean you have dealt fully with Windows User Satellite. The rogue is still there; ready to attack your computer when it gets another chance. Don’t take notice of any notification that it will throw at you. It is a malicious software application and if you value you’re the safety of your system and your banking information, terminated Windows User Satellite immediately.

In non techie terms:

Windows User Satellite is a malicious software application designed to rob unsuspecting users. It pretends to be a reliable security program, but none of its claims should ever be taken seriously, because it is nothing, but a nasty parasite. Your best option is to exterminate Windows User Satellite right now.

Aliases: WindowsUserSatellite, WindowsUser Satellite, Windows UserSatellite.