Boost PC Pro
Boost PC Pro, also known as Boost PC Pro 2018, is a system optimizer that allegedly can provide Windows users with an “award-winning PC protection.” The program is meant to clean the Windows Registry to improve system’s response time, clean the Startup to boost system’s performance, and to remove browser adware and add-ons to ensure that you can surf the web safely. Although this all sounds great, our research team warns that this allegedly wonderful tool is just another potentially unwanted program (PUP). In fact, we put it into the same category as PC Cleanup 2018, AutoClean Pro 2018, Win PC Repair 2018, and similar PUPs whose removal guides are already available on this website. In this report, of course, we will show you how to delete Boost PC Pro. First, you should read the report to understand why you should get rid of this program, as well as make up your mind if that is what you want to do in the first place.
The official website representing Boost PC Pro is quickboostutils.com. If you land on the home page, you are greeted with two buttons. The green one is entitled “Download Now,” and the orange one is “Buy Now.” Clearly, the product is not free, which means that the standards are automatically higher. That, of course, does not mean that you do not need to be careful when installing freeware. Caution is required in both cases because careless users are the first ones to face malware and virtual scams. Is Boost PC Pro 2018 classified as malware? It is not, but that does not mean that it is not suspicious. Although it promises great services, it is unlikely to be able to meet your expectations. The original price for the tool is 33.95€, but it is likely to be offered with a discount, for 23.95€. This is a marketing ploy used by many PUPs. Whenever you are asked to pay for services, you need to ask yourself if they are worth it. If you pay attention to the information presented on the official website or the advertisement that is used to promote its installer, you might think that the PUP is great, but our research team recommends removing it. Why?
Once Boost PC Pro is done scanning your operating system, it displays a window with allegedly found “threats” and “unwanted items.” According to our research team, the PUP does not show fake results, which means that it might be able to find real registries, DLLs, and temporary files. Although it is also meant to find malware that requires removal, we do not recommend relying on it to find the latest infections. The “unwanted items” this program finds might truly be unwanted, but that does not mean that they are malicious or space-consuming. You are unlikely to notice any improvement in the way your operating system runs by removing empty registries or temporary files. That is why some believe that it is a waste of money to invest in a system optimizer like Boost PC Pro 2018. Have you paid money for it already, but now you would like to get it back? According to the information provided on the payment form, you can request money back within 30 days. We cannot guarantee that you will get your money back, but if you decide that the optimizer’s services are not worth the money paid, getting it back is worth a shot.
Do not be intimidated by the removal of Boost PC Pro. Sure, the instructions present quite a few steps, but these instructions are actually offered for more experienced, advanced Windows users. If you do not consider yourself to be one, you can easily uninstall the unwanted application via the ‘Uninstall a program’ menu that you can access via Control Panel. As for the guide below, you can see that the PUP creates quite a few files and registry entries, which can make the removal process lengthier. Of course, a reliable anti-malware program can take care of this in seconds. We strongly recommend investing in legitimate anti-malware software because it can also ensure protection against malware and unreliable potentially unwanted programs in the future. If you still have questions, use the comments section below.
Boost PC Pro Removal
N.B. The names of the files, folders, and registries could have slight modifications. Specifically, you could see - replaced with a space or ~ (e.g., Boost-PC-Pro-2018.lnk, Boost PC Pro 2018.lnk, or Boost~PC~Pro~2018.lnk).