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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's

OneSafe PC Cleaner

With some many potential computer security threats out there, it is only natural that there are many security tools offered as well. OneSafe PC Cleaner is supposed to be a useful application that can clean your hard drive, consequently improving your system’s performance. Nevertheless, you should not be so hasty as to install OneSafe PC Cleaner on your computer. Should you happen to have this application on-board, you would do yourself a favor by removing OneSafe PC Cleaner today. The program is considered a potentially unwanted application due to its distribution and behavioral patterns. Thus, if you are a security-minded user, you will make it sure that OneSafe PC Cleaner disappears from your system at once.

We cannot say that OneSafe PC Cleaner is a malicious infection because the program comes with an official homepage via onesafe-software.com. The website works perfectly, and it even has a direct download link. Hence, users can easily download the application as long as they want to. The problem is that users often complain OneSafe PC Cleaner appears out of nowhere. Keeping in mind the usual distribution scheme of potentially unwanted programs, we can assume that this application also travels in software packages. Thus, you might install OneSafe PC Cleaner accidentally when you download some freeware app from a third-party source.

The official website for OneSafe PC Cleaner claims that with this application you boost your PC’s performance. The main promotional poster says the following:

Boost your PC’s performance!

  • Maximize the performance of your PC in minutes & keeping it running like new!
  • Speed up loading times and PC boot up
  • Optimize & fix registry errors

It would be nice if the program really lived up to its promises, but our tests have shown OneSafe PC Cleaner displays a lot of fake alerts. When it gets installed on your computer, it runs a full system scan and supposedly detects a lot of junk files that needs to be deleted from your PC. The program also finds a lot of registry “errors” and it offers to fix them. However, OneSafe PC Cleaner requires you to purchase the full version of the program if you want to repair the said errors. Were it a reliable program, it would not be much of an issue (after all, all licensed computer security programs require you to purchase the license).

Nevertheless, we cannot guarantee that OneSafe PC Cleaner will fix the errors even if you pay the money. As mentioned, the application displays fake alerts, and it is very likely that it only wants to get its hands on your money as soon as possible. What’s more, OneSafe PC Cleaner auto-starts with Windows and uses a scheduled task in the Windows Registry and launch itself.

You should not suffer this annoying application anymore. Delete OneSafe PC Cleaner via Control Panel, and do not even think of using the 50% discount offer that pops up on your screen after manual removal. Finally, run a full system scan with a security program of your choice because you have to check for any leftovers just in case. Do everything you can to protect your computer from potential threats.

How to Delete OneSafe PC Cleaner

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Move the mouse cursor to the bottom right of your screen.
  2. Click Settings on the Charm bar and go to Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and remove OneSafe PC Cleaner.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove OneSafe PC Cleaner.

Windows XP

  1. Click the Start button and open Control Panel.
  2. Navigate to Add or remove programs and uninstall OneSafe PC Cleaner.
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  1. carmen Aug 13, 2015

    Thank you for your advice

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