OnePCOptimizer presents itself as a tool that will clean your computer from junk files and boost its performance. The program looks legitimate, and you may think that you privacy level will increase with the help of this tool. But we have found that OnePCOptimizer shows a fake error screen telling you are infected with a Trojan. It also tries to convince you to dial a toll-free number, but making a call could be very expensive to you. The program can also enter your computer without your permission by coming in bundles with malicious applications. Therefore, we classify this optimization tool as a potentially unwanted program and recommend that you remove it as soon as possible.
The program can be downloaded from its official site located at onepcoptimizer.com. The website contains a lot of information about the optimizer and creates an impression that it is a reliable tool. However, it is nothing more than a simple replicate of Win PC Optimizer that is a program we also do not trust. The latter optimization tool is known for attacking users with fake error messages, and the same applies to OnePCOptimizer as well. Do not panic if the program says that you have a dangerous virus. Do not believe in any problems the application claims to have found on your system. OnePCOptimizer tries everything to persuade you that you need to purchase the tool for $19.99. You are promised a 30-day money-back guarantee, but no one could be sure if the promise would be kept.
The unreliable optimization tool will soon start to annoy you with its presence because it always crashes, and this does not help to boost your computer speed in any way. In addition, you should not trust any scan results presented by this unreliable program. However, it is possible that your system is already infected. Our security specialists have found that OnePCOptimizer can come packaged in bundles with untrustworthy applications. More than that, the program could be installed by a Trojan horse if the worst has happened, and the latter infection has entered your system. So, do not trust any messages or scan results generated by OnePCOptimizer, and scan your system with reliable security software instead. We will get back to this issue right after explaining you how to get rid of this unreliable optimization program.
OnePCOptimizer can be eliminated via Control Panel. But have in mind that removing the program is not enough to get rid of the fake error pop-ups it generates. You will have to locate and remove the directory this application created on your system. Our guide will explain how to do it manually, but you can always trust an official antivirus program. We suggest that you give SpyHunter a try. It has proved to be a successful defender against all kinds of online threats. Keep the antimalware tool updated and no suspicious invaders will ever find a way to your device. We are always ready to answer your every question about the recommended tool.
How to remove OnePCOptimizer
Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10
Windows 7 or Windows Vista