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I used SUPERAntiSpyware to remove some suspicious files, and it changed their filetype to '.SUPERDelete' and moved them into a folder within my C: Drive named SUPERDelete. Technically, the files haven't been removed, and the files still take up space on my drive. How can I actually remove the SUPERDelete files? If I use SUPERDelete to remove those files they just come back with the file extension tacked on twice. I can't use Administrator Command Prompt to remove the files, I just get 'Access Denied'. I'm not mad, it's just a bit of a nuisance; Thanks for any help or advice in advance!
The removal process takes forever but the scan is much quicker. Why is that? Why not do the scan and remove the cookies or tracking objects immediately after detection while detecting the next issue. Perhaps on option to bypass files being held (locked) by the browser. Or to close the browsers before scanning. Or an option to scan and shutdown the PC after the scan. I could leave the computer on when I go to bed and it could work while I am not using it. On next start you can flash the stats if anyone needs to have a look.