- Installs itself without permissions
Sometimes even programs that look like legitimate and reliable tools can cause serious problems. For example, Junk Cleaner promotes itself as a computer performance optimizer, but you should not tolerate this program any longer. Remove Junk Cleaner as soon as possible because it cannot provide you with the service it boasts of. Rather than falling for the cheap tricks of this potentially unwanted program, make sure you delete Junk Cleaner and all the other undesirable applications right now. If you do not know whether you have more unwanted programs on your computer, scan your system with the SpyHunter free scanner.
We are almost certain that Junk Cleaner is not the only potential system threat that you have recently installed on your system. Although it is not complicated to download the program from junkcleaner.net, we do not believe that users come across this official homepage on a regular basis. It might be that you get redirected to the Junk Cleaner’s homepage through some pop-up ad that you have accidentally clicked during your online shopping sessions. Either way, the number of installations through the official website is definitely lower than those that come with the third-party installers.
This is where we encounter the main freeware and adware distribution method. Programs like Junk Cleaner are often included in a freeware package that could be available for download from various file-sharing websites. You most probably were looking for some other program to download when Junk Cleaner came bundled with it. Consequently, you have a number of unnecessary programs to deal with, and Junk Cleaner might not be the worst in the list.
However, Junk Cleaner is a highly intrusive and annoying application. Even if you do not open it yourself, the program’s process is running in the background of your system, and every now and then Junk Cleaner displays a notification next to your system tray. The pop-up message reads as follows:
The notification also comes with an OK button, and if you click it, you will see yet another message on your screen, urging you to enter the Junk Cleaner license key. After all, this application tries to push you into spending $49.99 for the full version of the application, although there is no telling whether the program can really improve your computer’s performance.
In reality, you would do yourself a favor if you remove Junk Cleaner from your computer right now. Luckily, it is not complicated to uninstall the program through Control Panel, although you should also scan your computer with a licensed antispyware tool to be absolutely sure that you terminate all the potential threats and unwanted applications in one try.
How to Delete Junk Cleaner
Windows 8 & Windows 8.1
Windows Vista & Windows 7