File Restore is a malicious application, which belongs to rogue anti-spyware category. It can be downloaded in a bundle with unlicensed programs, malicious emails or may come inside the system after clicking on misleading ad. In most of the cases, such ads report about 'critical computer issues' and then offer downloading a free program from eliminating them. Of course, as soon as victim clicks on such ad, he/she downloads a virus (File Restore in this case), which additionally modifies the system and starts showing its fake pop-up notifications. After that, virus claims that only a licensed File Restore's version is the only program that can save computer. It's not true! If you don't want to lose your money, you should never pay for File Restore licensed version.
How can File Restore infect my computer?
File Restore is mostly propagated via fake ads that offer checking computers for free. Beware that scammers have started leaving such messages on legitimate websites as well, such as Dailymotion, Yahoo and similar. If such ad manages to trick user, File Restore gets a chance to infiltrate computer. Once it does that, it modifies the system and starts showing its fake alerts. Please, ignore all messages that belong to this rogue because they are forged and seek to scare people into spending their money on useless program. If you think that your PC was insfected with File Restore virus, follow this guide and remove it from the system.
How to remove File Restore?
In order to stop File Restore's processes, you should use reputable anti-malware programs. We recommend using Reimage or Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus. If you can't launch any of these applications, reboot your infected PC to safe mode with networking first or use another PC and transfer it with a help of flash drive. Additionally, scan your PC with anti-malware program when on normal mode to remove File Restore's files completely.
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