McClean is a registry cleaner and PC speed optimizer that is promoted at mcclean.co. Computer security specialists label it as a potentially unwanted program due to its suspicious nature. There is no evidence that McClean does any harm to the PC, however, users are not recommended to employ registry cleaners in general, because if program has not been developed properly, it may inflict serious changes on Windows Registry that may result in system shut down. Therefore, if it was not your intention to have the program on your PC, remove McClean right now.
Luckily, it is not hard to uninstall McClean manually. You can do it via Control Panel, just like with any other legitimate application. The program does not resist being removed, although it does leave a few files and registry entries that are not deleted during manual removal. It is common with such freeware applications, and that would suggest that you should run a full system scan with SpyHunter or any similar program that would detect potentially unwanted files and then remove them immediately. Once again, that does not mean that McClean is a dangerous infection, far from it, but any security-minded user would not want to have a potentially unwanted application on his/her computer.
In general, McClean is very similar to Registry Dr. and other computer optimization tools, especially as both programs offer you to fix 100 threats once you try removing them. However, even if you click to remove the 100 threats, after a repeated computer scan, McClean will detect even more errors that need to be fixed. This raises a question whether McClean is a reliable application in the first place. Also, it clearly cannot help you improve your overall computer functionality unless you purchase the full version for $45.99, so what is the use of a program that merely takes up your system space?
Although McClean can be downloaded at its official page via mcclean.co, it is also known to be distributed bundled with Newplayer’s domalQ installer. Also, bundled components may change based on which third party websites you download McClean at. It is more likely that the application will be bundled with additional software if it is downloaded at a third party web page, although the possibility of bundled download from the official home page exists as well.
Either way, it is clear that there are programs that are more reliable than McClean, and if you want to keep your computer safe and clean, you should invest in a different application. Refer to manual removal instructions below to uninstall McClean, and then do not hesitate to acquire a powerful computer security application if need be.
Manual McClean Removal
Windows Vista & Windows 7