- Connects to the internet without permission
If you are looking for an application to optimize your PC for better performance, make sure to avoid a program known as System Healer. Even though it is advertised as an excellent optimization tool, you must know that such statements are rather misleading and cannot be trusted entirely. During the research, we have discovered that this application functions in a rather suspicious way and is distributed in such a way as well, so it has been classified as a potentially unwanted program. We firmly believe that there are better optimization tools out there on the web, and these should be used instead of System Healer. In fact, we did not discover any significantly valuable features that could make you keep this program on your PC. This is why below we provide a detailed removal guide that should be used if you wish to terminate System Healer in a quick and easy way.
Once this questionable optimization tool enters your PC, it will automatically start a full system scan of your PC. The scan, at first sight, seems like a legitimate one and is completed in a rather short amount of time. Once it is over you will be presented with an extensive list of errors on your operating system that should be fixed to make your PC run smoother. Unfortunately, you cannot see all the alleged errors unless you purchase a full version of this optimization tool, which is quite costly, especially taking into account that the errors that you can see are suspicious to say the least. We have noticed from the short list that System Healer provides that it includes temporary files and inactive registry entries as errors, which do not affect your PC in a positive or negative way. This is probably used as a scare technique to lure unsuspecting users into buying this suspicious tool. Due to such controversial functionality of System Healer we believe that it should be removed from your PC.
Even though it is possible to download this questionable program from its official website, quite a few users complain that they did not install this suspicious program themselves. This signifies that most likely System Healer is spread via bundled installers. This is alarming because bundled installers are infamous for spreading questionable software. Thus, if you have found System Healer on your PC and you did not install it yourself, make sure to check your PC for other suspicious programs as soon as possible as there is a chance that an adware program or a browser hijacker could be active on your PC. In order to avoid getting your PC infected in such a way, we firmly advise you to install a professional antimalware tool since it provides overall system security at all times.
The removal of System Healer should be carried out with your utmost attention. This is advised because it is important to remove this questionable optimization tool entirely. If any traces associated with System Healer are still active on your PC, there is a slight possibility that this suspicious tool could be restored without your knowledge. Make sure to analyze your PC for potential leftovers of System Healer once you have executed the manual removal.
How to remove System Healer from your PC
Windows Vista and Windows 7