MPC Cleaner claims to be the fastest and lightest PC optimization tool available. As MPC Cleaner looks like an entirely legitimate program, many people download and install it on their systems because they expect that it will clean, protect, and boost their computers. MPC Cleaner will scan your system as it promises but there are still several reasons why we cannot trust this potentially unwanted program fully. Yes, MPC Cleaner falls into the PUP category. If you do not know how this PC optimizer has appeared on your system, or you simply do not like it, you should get rid of it as soon as possible. The relevant information regarding its removal will be provided for you in this article, so continue reading it.
The first thing that MPC Cleaner is going to do after you install it on the system is to scan your PC. Researchers at pcthreat.com have noticed that it mainly cleans junk files and empty registries even though it says that it will fix other issues too. After it finishes the scan, it will not ask you to upgrade it like other similar PC optimization tools that fall into the category of PUP; however, there is a possibility that it will download and install applications on your PC without your permission. Research has shown that these applications are published by the same company. Furthermore, there is a possibility that this program will collect information about you. It should not touch your personal details but it will definitely record information about your activities on the web and your IP address. We do not think that it is the best idea to reveal information for the publisher of this potentially unwanted program or its partners. As you have probably understood, MPC Cleaner can really clean a part of your system; however, it might act in an undesirable way too. Therefore, you should consider all the pros and cons of keeping MPC Cleaner carefully.
These days the majority of users download MPC Cleaner from its official website mainly and then install it on their systems; however, our specialists say that this potentially unwanted program might be distributed in software bundles in the future too. In this sense, it does not differ from other potentially unwanted programs that are available on the web. If you do not want to encounter any potentially unwanted programs ever again, install a security tool on your computer and keep it active.
MPC Cleaner is a potentially unwanted program, so you will be able to erase it via Control Panel. If you cannot get rid of this program yourself because it keeps showing an annoying “Are you sure you want to uninstall?” message, you should scan your system with an automatic scanner, such as SpyHunter. There is no doubt that it will remove MPC Cleaner for you within seconds. It will not leave other suspicious applications that might be installed on your computer too. The upgraded version of SpyHunter will also protect your system from a number of other threats that exist and that might try to enter your system in the future.
How to delete MPC Cleaner
Windows 7 and Vista