- Connects to the internet without permission
If you have downloaded DailyPCClean thinking that this program will enhance the performance of your operating system, you must have not researched it beforehand. Even though this program does work, its performance is very poor, and it certainly does not deserve your money. As you must know already, once installed, DailyPCClean scans your operating system for free, but after that asks you to pay money if you want to have the “junk” removed from your PC. The truth is that you do not need to invest money in software that can only delete files that you can eliminate yourself manually. This is the main reason to remove DailyPCClean from your operating system.
According to our researchers, DailyPCClean is often distributed by malicious installers. These installers could bundle a relatively harmless potentially unwanted program (PUP) with truly dangerous threats. If you have downloaded this program along with other unfamiliar programs, it is crucial that you inspect them. If you ignore them, you might miss your chance to delete malicious programs before they cause any damage. Luckily, some users download DailyPCClean from its official website, dailypcclean.com. Even though we do not recommend installing this PUP at all, it is better to install it from this site, as other programs are not attached to it, which means that, in the end, you might have fewer programs to remove.
The official website of DailyPCClean is very strange. First of all, the information on this site is provided with grammar mistakes, which suggests that the developers of this program were not very serious about representing this PUP via an official website. Furthermore, the link routing to the Pro version of the PUP does not work, which means that users cannot purchase the paid version right away. Unfortunately, the poor representation of this program mirrors its poor performance. We recommend deleting DailyPCClean because this program cannot live up to the expectations, and the services it offers are worthless.
Even though DailyPCClean promises to remove registry entries, temporary registry values, temporary Internet files, browsing history, cookies, junk files, and invalid shortcuts, most of this you can do manually. What is more, it is doubtful whether this potentially unwanted program would be able to remove malicious files and registry entries, which should be your main concern if your virtual security is important to you. The worst part is that users are asked to pay money for the Pro version of DailyPCClean, and, instead of wasting your money, you should delete this program from your PC without further delay.
If DailyPCClean is the only program you need to delete from your operating system, you can use our guide below to delete this potentially unwanted program. Even if you have already paid money for the Pro version of this useless tool, you can ask for a refund, and use the same removal guide to get rid of this PUP. If you have to delete DailyPCClean-related threats as well, you have to research them first if you want to get rid of them manually. If you find that these programs are malicious, automated malware detection and removal software will help you eliminate this threat from your operating system most efficiently.
Remove from Windows 8.1 and Windows 8:
Remove from Windows 7 and Windows Vista:
Remove from Windows XP: