PC Utilities Pro – Optimizer Pro
PC Utilities Pro – Optimizer Pro is a potentially unwanted program, a new, less malignant version of PC Optimizer Pro. It is still, however, just as useless as the earlier versions of the program and buying their alleged “full version” would still absolutely be a waste of money. Instead, you should remove PC Utilities Pro – Optimizer Pro immediately. It only slows down your computer, is bothersome with its fake notification meant to scare you into making a purchase and does not improve your computer’s performance one bit. In fact, its developers even mention that themselves in their Terms and Conditions, trying to avoid responsibility:
They are absolutely not kidding about the unreliable and inaccurate results, too. If you were to try to install, run and then uninstall the program twice without changing anything in between the processes, you would see that the alleged number of the “errors” and “files to fix” in your computer would be different both times. The following messages illustrate that:
$34.95 for a program can seem like not a steep price at all, but it is quite steep when you are paying for a thin air. There are a lot of negative reviews online for this program, and the sales must reflect that, because the developers have gotten more desperate. Should you try to delete PC Utilities Pro – Optimizer Pro, you would be taken to a website offering you a whooping fifty percent discount. However, you should absolutely not think that is a good deal in any way, because your money would be just as well spent if you flushed it down the drain. Even though if you did choose to download this program yourself at pcutilitiespro.com and it did not come as a drive-by download with freeware, this program is not worth keeping.
All that considered, the only logical conclusion is to remove PC Utilities Pro – Optimizer Pro without hesitation. Fortunately, the removal process is not complicated and you should be able to get rid of this program in no time following the instructions below this article. After you successfully eliminate it, you should still run a scan on your computer with a security tool, because if you had one potentially dangerous program in your computer, you may have others, too. Plus, a good anti virus program will warn you if you download a malignant program by mistake in the future.
PC Utilities Pro – Optimizer Pro Removal Guide
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow Computer