If you somehow got this nasty rogue called Win Server Defender on your PC and don’t know how to get rid of it, the most important thing is not to panic. This program’s going to show you all sorts of popups and warnings meant to scare you into shutting down your brain and handing over your credit card information, but none of it is credible. This program, and others like it, has no real functionality whatsoever, and it shows the same phony warnings to everyone, so don’t take it seriously.
Of course, knowing that the program is fake does not make it any easier to get rid of. That’s the tricky part. The best way to avoid programs like this is to have a good antispyware program in place and keep it running at all times, but obviously the fact that you have Win Server Defender on your PC now is a sign that you didn’t do that. Perhaps you should take this as a call to action.
Anyway, you can still get rid of Win Server Defender by downloading STOPzilla and running it after restarting your computer safe mode. It’s also possible to remove the fake antispyware manually, but oyu have to be an advanced user to make this work. If you want to give it a try, here’s what to do.
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Delete Win Server Defender files:
%commonprograms%\Win 7 Defender\Win 7 Defender.lnk
%commondesktopdir%\Win 7 Defender.lnk
%commonprograms%\Win 7 Defender\Remove Win 7 Defender.lnk
%commonprograms%\Win 7 Defender\Win 7 Defender Help and Support.lnk