I'm sure that I've been hacked. Can you help me?

I have never tried to install a Windows partition on my computer.  My iMac started running slowly and I was worried.  I now have Windows Server on the computer logs as well.  I have Offivc

Here's what I found in one of the newspapers:

Jan 26 06:01:29 localhost kernel [0]: peripheral Got to start = IOService:/AppleACPIPlatformExpert/[email protected]/AppleACPIPCI/[email protected]/IOPP/[email protected]/Appl eNVMeController/[email protected]/IOBlockStorageDriver/APPLE SSD AP0032H Media/IOGUIDPartitionScheme/[email protected]/CoreStoragePhysical/Macintosh HD/Macintosh HD

Jan 26 06:01:30 diskmanagementstartup localhost [57]: began the removal of the Partition of Windows Installer

Jan 26 06:01:30 diskmanagementstartup localhost [57]: removal of the Windows Installation Partition: no trigger, so do nothing

Jan 26 06:01:30 diskmanagementstartup localhost [57]: completed the removal of the Windows Installation Partition. error = 0

Jan 26 08:52:35 Barrys-iMac com.apple.kextcache [883]: /: partitions of assistance appear to update.

Jan 26 08:54:15 localhost kernel [0]: peripheral Got to start = IOService:/AppleACPIPlatformExpert/[email protected]/AppleACPIPCI/[email protected]/IOPP/[email protected]/Appl eNVMeController/[email protected]/IOBlockStorageDriver/APPLE SSD AP0032H Media/IOGUIDPartitionScheme/[email protected]/CoreStoragePhysical/Macintosh HD/Macintosh HD

Jan 26 08:54:17 localhost diskmanagementstartup [57]: began the removal of the Partition of Windows Installer

Jan 26 08:54:17 localhost diskmanagementstartup [57]: removal of the Windows Installation Partition: no trigger, so do nothing

Jan 26 08:54:17 localhost diskmanagementstartup [57]: completed the removal of the Windows Installation Partition. error = 0

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your Mac OS X partition has not been hacked, unless someone has come to your home or place of business and physically sitting in front of your computer and it hacked. What behavior you see that makes you think you have been hacked that slow? Are you running any 'holder', 'cleaner', ' Mac AV' or any network utility outside of what is provided by Apple OS 10.11? If so remove them, remove them from your system and if you paid for any of them claim your money.

Have you ever had a disc/partition bootcamp or all virtualized OS connected to this computer at any time? You are upgrading a previous instance of Mac OS X that could have a partition or a windows disc or installed all the drivers use 3rd for an external device?

You use the 10.11.3 operating system beta or the official release? If your use of version beta you need to discuss on the developer forums, it cannot be discussed here as a software version beta discussions are not allowed.

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