Microsoft currently has a tool which installs automatically onto your Windows system which effectively forces your PC to 'call home' each time it starts. This sequence is not only a privacy concern, but can potentially also waste valuable system resources.
With that said, RemoveWGA is a freeware application which allows users to effectively disable the Windows genuide advantage notifications and allows users to save system resources.
RemoveWGA is not a way to circumvent authentication of Windows systems and it is not intended in any way to help anybody pirate a copy of Windows. It simply allows users to disable the processes involved with calling home every time you boot and gives users some extra privacy.
RemoveWGA is not an advanced program and does not run in the background on your system. It simply patches your system so that WGA notices should not appear and there should be no calling home involved.
Some antivirus programs might view RemoveWGA as a trojan because it involves making a simple change to the system settings, but this program is indeed fine and safe to use.
RemoveWGA features the following:
- Removal of the annoying Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) dialog boxes
- Checks whether WGA is actually active on your computer
- Can run silently on your system
- Latest version includes numerous new checks
- Can delete wgalogon.ee and wgatray.exe from your system32 folder
From Guillaume Kaddouch:RemoveWGA download will enable you to easily remove the Microsoft "Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications" tool, which is calling home and connects to MS servers every time you start your system. Once the WGA Notification tool has checked your OS and has confirmed you had a legit copy, there is no decent point or reason to check it again and again every boot.RemoveWGA 1.2
is licensed as Freeware
for the Windows operating system / platform without restrictions. RemoveWGA is available to all software users as a free download (Freeware).
RemoveWGA Virus and Malware Tests:
For security reasons, you should also check out the RemoveWGA virus and malware test
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