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Category: Virus & Spyware
Type: Question
Author: John Parker
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Some of my windows files are growing in size up to megabytes and my computer is also running slow. Am I infected by Trojan? How to remove Trojan from my PC? Shall I be using antivirus or Trojan remover? 

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# Comment Id: 51058

To remove a Trojan virus from your computer:

  1. Restart your system.
  2. Launch your antivirus program.
  3. Choose “scan/repair” to detect the Trojan antivirus on your system and have it removed.
  4. Exit the antivirus once done.
  5. Restart your system.
  6. Empty the recycle bin.
  7. Disable the system restore feature.
  8. Update your antivirus.
  9. Re-scan your system.
  10. If there is no more infection you may re-enable your system restore feature.
  11. After that, defragment your system disk (sometimes if your system is slow, it just needs to make sure that the spaces you have on your system are defragmented).
  12. Then re-start your system once more.

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# Comment Id: 89797

May this is happening due to Trojan. Install Trojan remover from this site than run scan. Also use disk defragment too defragment data. Your PC speed will be boosted.