AllPCOptimizer is the newest clone of such infamous potentially unwanted programs as WinPCOptimizer and OnePCOptimizer. This infection enters without permission when users execute malicious installers set up by cyber criminals, which is a sign that this program cannot be trusted. Even if the interface of this program suggests that it is trustworthy, no reliable program can enter without your agreement. Unfortunately, once installed, it can feed you false information that might push you into registering for a licensed version of a program that deserves immediate removal. Whether or not you have invested in it, you have to remove AllPCOptimizer right away.
Although users can choose to install AllPCOptimizer from allpcoptimizer.com, it is much more likely that this PUP will be installed by a Trojan or using a fake software update. Were any other programs deserving of removal installed along with this PUP? It is likely that they were, and it is crucial that you analyze these programs thoroughly. If you do not, you might miss your chance to remove malicious software before any damage is done. Even if AllPCOptimizer is the only malicious program on your PC – which is highly unlikely – your hands are full. This fictitious system optimizer is completely bogus, and t is important to delete it ASAP.
If you let AllPCOptimizer in, it will display fictitious security messages and recommendations to activate Windows protection. Here are a few examples.
If you remove AllPCOptimizer from your operating system, these fake warnings will be removed because they are directly associated with this PUP. The creator of this infection needs to convince you that your Windows security is in trouble, so that you would be willing to pay $19.99. The program promises to delete junk files and clean up Windows, but this promise is bogus, and you need to focus on the removal of this program itself.
Some users choose to call the number provided by AllPCOptimizer because they believe that it will connect them to the free Windows helpline. Unfortunately, that is not the case, and, if you call 1-800-311-5943, it is most likely that you will communicate with cyber criminals. They could feed you more lies, and possibly even trick you into wasting more money or putting your own virtual security at risk. Even if that does not happen, you could be charged a lot of money for the call, even if it is supposed to be free. Moreover, if you register for the full version of AllPCOptimizer, you will not receive the security you need. In fact, you will become even more vulnerable, as schemers will gain more information, including your address, full name, and credit card number. If you figured out that you need to remove AllPCOptimizer after investing in it, call your bank to warn them about the scam!
You cannot remove AllPCOptimizer as a simple unwanted program via Control Panel. Instead, you need to find and delete the files in its original location. Most users will find that they need to delete a folder called “AllPCOptimizer,” but others will find it called “WinPCOptimizer.” In either case, you have to remove all files within these folders. Next, you have to remove a directory, and you can learn how to do that by checking the removal guide below. It is also crucial that you utilize automated malware removal software to remove Trojans and other malicious programs that are likely to be active on your PC at this very moment.