How to Remove RegTool | Regtool Removal Guide

RegTool removal guide and general info on this virus. RegTool is a fake registry cleaning program. After it is installed on a system it will constantly give bogus scan results and prompts asking you to take action. This program makes wild claims saying it will boost system performance by 70%.

It’s all fake so don’t buy into it. Once again DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT. Most people who are infected with this software got that way from another trojan already installed on their computer. You should run a full scan using your favorite security product. If you do not have one then download a copy of SpyHunter. Some symptoms of RegTool:

  • Bogus Scan results
  • Auto Scans on Start-up
  • Warning coming out of a the system tray
  • Changes browser settings and shows adverts


Regtool removal software

Manual removal intructions for System Security ( Please read our disclaimer bellow ) Kill processes:

  • regtool.exe regtool5.dll RegTool.lnk

Delete registry values:

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\RegTool
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “RegTool”

Delete files:

  • regtool.exe regtool5.dll RegTool.lnk

Please keep in mind that viruses mutate and change all the time. Do expect the above to change around a little. However this guide should work well for you and any experienced pro will be able to follow it and figure out the traces if they mutate.

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