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How to Remove WGA Notification from Windows XP

How to Remove WGA Notification from Windows XP

WGA Notification is a tool that checks if your copy of Windows XP is genuine or not. If it detects that your copy is not genuine, it will display a pop-up message that reminds you to activate or validate your Windows. This can be annoying and inconvenient for some users who want to use their Windows without any interruption.

Fortunately, there is a way to remove WGA Notification from Windows XP using a free tool called WGANotify Remover v1.1.0.5.exe. This tool can disable the WGA Notification process and delete the related files from your system. Here are the steps to use this tool:

Wganotify remover v1.1.0.5.exe free download

  • Download WGANotify Remover v1.1.0.5.exe from one of the links below[^1^] [^2^] [^3^] [^4^]. The file size is about 247 KB and it is compressed in a .rar format.

  • Extract the .rar file using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get a folder named WGANotify_Remover_v1.1.0.5.

  • Open the folder and double-click on WGANotify_Remover_v1.1.0.5.exe to run it.

  • A window will appear with two buttons: Remove WGA and Restore WGA. Click on Remove WGA to start the removal process.

  • The tool will scan your system for WGA Notification files and registry entries and delete them. You will see a message saying "WGA Notification Removed Successfully" when it is done.

  • Restart your computer to apply the changes.