How to Clean Mywinlocker
Recently, there's been a lot of media attention about the new anti-virus program that's been hitting the Internet lately, called "My WinLocker". The name itself pretty much says it all. This software not only blocks viruses from installing themselves on your computer (it prevents them from even being able to install themselves to your computer) but it also helps you to recover lost information and prevents malware and spyware from attacking your computer. From the name itself, it's pretty obvious that this anti-virus program is aimed at protecting your computer against viruses, worms, Trojans and spyware.
For some brief background, MyWinLocker is actually a clone of the well known anti-virus program "SpywareDoctor" which was developed by Egis Technologies and released in 2021 for those computers that were running Microsoft windows under DOS. The story goes that Egis developed a better virus than Spynet by removing various features that were found to be problematic by many virus developers (most notably the advanced encryption technology that was used). And so MyWinLocker was born. However, one of the problems with My WinLocker is that it doesn't have an actual signature file to automatically remove from your computer. This is where EgisTec's "Advanced Encryption Technology" comes into play. This technology detects signatures embedded in files and then removes them thus allowing your computer to continue running as smoothly as possible without having to deal with a series of annoying popups whenever a virus detection detected occurs.
There are several ways in which this advanced encryption technology works. The main methods of removal include either manual removal (ie using a 'run virus removal tool to delete the file system directories') or the use of an automated program (such as "MalwareBytes"). However, in addition to being able to remove the files stored in My WinLocked, this type of software also allows users to clean their WinLocked file system. To clean mywinlocker you will need to open My WinLocker and then click on "Properties". Under the "General" tab you will need to select" quarantine" and click OK. Finally, close down My WinLocked window and then restart your computer to complete the process. Cleaning the My WinLocked file system allows you to remove any unwanted spyware and viruses which may have embedded themselves within the file system and caused the errors/pop ups to occur, as well as removing any leftover settings which were left by the previous application.