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Effective Way to Remove MaxPerforma Optimizer From Your PC (Removal Guide)

Are you encountering MaxPerforma Optimizer? Does it automatically scan your whole system and pop up a series of system error alerts on your computer screen? Does it urge you to fix all those errors by purchasing its full version? If so, your computer may have been attacked by a rogue program which pretends to be a legitimate system optimizer, aiming to swindle you out of money. This post provides effective way to remove MaxPerforma Optimizer, the rogue program from your computer for good.


Though claiming to be, MaxPerforma Optimizer is not a useful system optimizer program at all. Instead, it is a rogue program that attempts to mislead the gullible PC users into purchasing its full version to optimize their systems. By doing so, its creators can make a great profit. Usually, this rogue program infects your computer by means of hacked websites, free downloads, junk emails as well as social engineering. When it settles down in your computer, it will automatically scan your entire system and then pop up some scan results, reporting that your system is suffering from serious errors and you need to fix these errors soon as possible. Certainly, it will highly recommend you to use its full version in order to effectively repair all found errors on your system. Please note that the so-called errors are not existent and they are a complete sham, aiming to convince you into buying the full version of this fake system optimizer! Once you buy and run this rogue program, your system will get badly damaged. Our suggestion is that you immediately get rid of this rogue program as quickly as possible.

Here are the steps to manually remove MaxPerforma Optimizer from your computer. If you are an experienced computer user, you can follow them to perform the manual removal. But if you are not, we highly recommend that you use an advanced removal tool to remove this threat instead. It is an easier and more effective way.

Step 1: Restart your computer. As your computer boots up but before Windows launches, press F8 multiple times.  When the Windows Advanced Option Menu appears, use the arrow keys to highlight the “Safe Mode with Networking” option, and then press Enter.


Step 2: Press “Alt+ Ctrl+ Delete” simultaneously, then the Task Manager will launch. Select processes associated with the rogue program and click on “End Process“(Please be careful when stopping the malicious processes. Do not stop a system process, or it will probably cause the computer to hang or freeze up.)


Step 3: Go to Start menu, navigate to “Search For Files and Folders”. Type in the rogue program name in the search field (left pane). Specify search location (usually in Local Hard Drive C) and then click on the Search button. Find and delete any files related to the rogue program. If you cannot find the files named same as the rogue program, you can delete files named randomly as follow.


%Temp%\random.exe
%AllUsersProfile%\random.exe
%userprofile%\appdata\local\random.exe
%AppData%\Programs\random.exe
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\random.exe

Step 4: Click on Start menu and select Run. In the dialog box, type “regedit”, and press your Enter key. The Registry Editor will open. Search for and delete the registry entries related to MaxPerforma Optimizer from your computer.


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Shell “”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce\[RANDOM CHARACTERS] %AppData%\[RANDOM CHARACTERS]\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Settings “net
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random].exe”

The effective and easy way to get rid of this rogue program will be to use an advanced removal tool. With the latest algorithmic techniques, the removal tool will be able to quickly detect out all traces of the rogue programs and thoroughly delete them from your computer. See? Removing MaxPerforma Optimizer will become a very easy task! Download the powerful removal tool to perform the easy removal of this rogue program right now!






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