CLEARWATER, FLORIDA — Due to the nature of Windows Privacy Module and how it was designed, it cannot be simply uninstalled utilizing features within the Windows Control Panel. Using the add/remove programs or programs and features options will not allow the removal of Windows Privacy Module. Instead, PC users must utilize exclusive resources to safely detect and remove Windows Privacy Module.
Windows Privacy Module is actually a scam found to be virtually identical to ones rendered by older rogue antispyware programs such as Live Security Platinum and Windows Malware Firewall. In any of these rogue antispyware programs, a PC security expert can basically trace it back to its origin. In knowing where programs such as Windows Privacy Module come from, has allowed security outlets such as EnigmaSoftware.com to release detailed reports on how to remove such applications from a PC.
Windows Privacy Module is not a useable application despite the fact that it has what seems to be a working interface and pop-up warnings to boot. Both the pop-up alerts and the interface is part of a facade that attempts to gain the trust of PC users. Additionally, Windows Privacy Module will attempt to conduct system scans only to flounder with preposterous results.
Everything about Windows Privacy Module is a ploy and should not be trusted. The video linked here can be found on the Windows Privacy Module removal report released by EnigmaSoftware.com. Within the video, PC users are able to get a better idea on how they can easily remove Windows Privacy Module utilizing the proper resources.
Many other removal resources, some designed for advanced PC users, can be found on the Windows Privacy Module removal report. The antimalware tools made available on the report can be accessed and used by virtually any computer user including those who have no technical experience.
In any given situation, PC users are highly advised to rid their PC of Windows Privacy Module before it causes damage to the Windows operating system. These resources can be found on EnigmaSoftware.com’s new Windows Privacy Module removal report at: http://www.enigmasoftware.com/windowsprivacymodule-removal/