System Optimizer might seem like a useful PC optimization tool because it promises to "repair system maintenance & stability", scan and detect potential issues, and clean up your system. Even though this program looks like a useful application, our specialists still recommend that you carefully decide whether you really want to keep System Optimizer installed on your system. Actually, our researchers do not trust this program completely because it is known to be a potentially unwanted application (PUP). If you ever notice anything suspicious about this tool or simply decide not to invest in it, you should remove it from your system as soon as possible. Luckily, it is rather easy to remove System Optimizer; however, if you need some help, you should definitely read through this article.
There is basically no doubt that System Optimizer acts like PC Optimizer and Super Optimizer. They are not only built on the same platform, but also perform the system scan straight after they enter the system. As you have probably understood, System Optimizer will also scan your PC and will provide a list of items that have to be fixed. If you click on the Fix now button, you will see that System Optimizer asks you to pay money. The license of System Optimizer costs approximately $40; thus, you can acquire another more reliable PC optimization tool for the same price. If you are not going to upgrade this program, you should remove it from the system because it will definitely not start acting in a beneficial way for free.
Research carried out by the specialists at pcthreat.com has shown that System Optimizer travels bundled with such unreliable applications as Wajam, MyPCBackup, Snap.do, Vuupc, and Conduit. Thus, if you have detected System Optimizer on your computer, it would be still clever to check whether unreliable programs are not present on your computer. If you have detected any of the aforementioned applications, you should remove them because they are definitely unreliable. Install an antimalware tool if you do not want to encounter suspicious programs in the future.
As System Optimizer is a potentially unwanted application, it is possible to remove it via Control Panel. Our manual removal instructions, which you will find below this article, will help you to get rid of this suspicious program. It is also possible to delete System Optimizer automatically. You simply have to install an antimalware tool on the system and then scan your PC. There is a wide variety of antimalware tools available; however, if you do not want to get disappointed, you should install SpyHunter or a similar tool.
How to remove System Optimizer from your PC
Windows 7 and Vista