Windows Process Manager (32 bit), also known as reaolxz.exe, is an extremely dangerous process that can be found enabled in your computer. This particular process is a part of certain nasty adware that some way or another made itself the part of your computer. You may notice that there are plenty of annoying ads and advertisement banners popping up everywhere in your screen. Furthermore, your browser gets regularly redirected to all kinds of other unsafe places in the world wide web. Your system will be functioning extremely sluggish. We strongly advise that you carefully follow this guide below to get your system properly cleaned.
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Windows Process Manager (32 bit) may get into your computer during installation of certain free applications which may be downloaded through various freeware resources online. The sad truth is that even some of the world’s reliable freeware download websites like CNet may offer installation of additional software that is not intended to be installed by users in the first place. This is sort of a payment that user pays for installation of that free application. In order to avoid intrusion of such potentially unwanted applications it is very important for you to carefully read the installation guidelines related to all free programs you intend to make the part of your computer. In case you read the information about some extra applications suggested for default installation, your immediate action should be to switch to the advanced (custom) installation mode where you will have a chance to uncheck this additional software from penetrating into your system. Sadly, often people fail to be careful and permit different absolutely unwanted and sometimes even dangerous utilities to be injected into the system.
Finally, another reason why Windows Process Manager (32 bit) is now in your computer is because your security software (anti-virus program) did not perform its direct function of protecting your system from malware attacks. This most likely happened because of poorly updated database of your anti-virus, so definitely it is time for you to switch to some other program that will help you avoid the cases of your system to be infected with malware in future.
Windows Process Manager (32 bit) will essentially slow down the performance of your computer. In fact, there could be plenty of such processes running simultaneously, which may result in absolute failure of your computer to function in a proper manner. Hence, our strong admonition for you is to perform a thorough scanning of your computer with a proven malware removal software named Trojan
Killer Portable a explained in the rest of the guide below.
Windows Process Manager (32 bit) removal instructions.
This slider below shows how to use Trojan Killer Portable for Windows Process Manager (32 bit) detection and removal:
- Step 1. Download Trojan Killer Portable via the download button below:
- Step 2. Click on “Install” button and proceed with its installation process.
- Step 3. Select scan type.
- Step 4. Software will begin scanning your system.
- Step 5. Click on “Cure PC“.
- Step 6. Click on “Get a license“.
- Step 7. Select license term and purchase the program to remove malware.
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After you eliminate Windows Process Manager (32 bit) malware it is mandatory to apply additional manual fixes to clean your browsers from malware traces.
- In Google Chrome, click on the menu button in the upper-right part of the screen which either looks like three vertical dots. Scroll down to the bottom of the drop-down menu and click on "Settings" (as shown in one of the images above).
- Select "Extensions" in the left part of the window. Uncheck suspicious extension, then click on the Trash icon next to it.
- WARNING. Final optional steps. Use these steps only if the above-mentioned methods to remove malware from Google Chrome did not help. When in Google Chrome settings mode, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Show advanced settings".
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Reset settings" button.
- In the pop-up window, click on "Reset".
- In Mozilla Firefox, click on the icon that looks in the form of three horizontal lines in the upper-right section of the browser window. Click on "Add-ons".
- Click on the "Extensions" tab in the left part of the windows. Check suspicious extensions. If you identify them, click on "Disable", then on "Remove".
- NOTE. Final optional steps. Use these steps only if the above-mentioned methods to remove infection from Mozilla Firefox did not help. Click on the icon that looks in the form of three horizontal lines in the upper-right section of Mozilla Firefox and select the question-mark icon at the bottom of the drop-down menu.
- Click on "Troubleshooting information" in the slide-out menu.
- Select the "Refresh Firefox" button at the top right of the new web page.
- Finally, click on "Refresh Firefox" again to confirm the action.
- Click on Internet Explorer settings icon in the upper-right part of the browser in the form of a gear-wheel. Select "Manage add-ons".
- Find suspicious toolbar or extension. Click on it (make it highlighted). Then click on "Disable" button related to this particular toolbar or extension.
- NOTE. Final optional steps. Use these steps only if the above-mentioned methods to remove malware from Internet Explorer did not help. Click on Internet Explorer settings icon in the upper-right part of the browser in the form of a gear-wheel. Select "Internet Options".
- Select "Advanced" tab, then click on "Reset".
- Select appropriate reset options, then click on "Reset".
- Click on "Opera" menu in the upper-right part of the browser. Choose "Extensions", then click on "Manage extensions".
- If you detect anything suspicious, disable and delete it.
- Step 1. Click on "Safari" menu, then go to "Preferences".
- Step 2. In the "Extensions" tab, locate suspicious extensions and click on "Uninstall".
- Step 3. In Safari menu, select "Clear history" and click on "Clear History again".
- Step 4. Get back to Safari menu, then click on "Preferences".
- Step 5. Click on "Privacy" tab, then choose "Manage Website Data...".
- Step 6. Click on "Remove All", then on "Done".