TotalSystemCare is a recently released computer optimization tool that has been categorized as a potentially unwanted program you might want to remove. We have tested this optimizer and have come to the conclusion that it is an unreliable piece of software because it does not show information about its scan results. In fact, we do not think that this program is capable of optimizing your computer. Programs such as this one are in abundance these days, and they all share one thing: They are all paid. We are of the opinion that TotalSystemCare is a money-grabber that offers nothing of value to the end-user. We suggest that you read this short description and come to your own conclusion.
A company called SafeBytes created this optimization tool. This company is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Regardless of its country of origin, SafeBytes is not the most trusted software developer; after all, TotalSystemCare is considered to be a potentially unwanted program. No expense was spared when it came to distributing this program. Currently, this optimization tool can be downloaded from popular freeware distributing websites, such as Errortools.com, Software.informer.com, Download.cnet.com, and Softonic.com. Furthermore, its developers made the effort to set up a dedicated download website for this program at Totalsystemcare.com. So, as you can see, this program has numerous distribution sites, and a lot of users may be tempted to purchase it.
If you are one such user, then consider the fact that this program does not display the entire file path of its detected issues. But, when it does show the exact location of real files on your computer, then it shows empty registry locations and junk files that do not impact your computer’s performance whatsoever. Nevertheless, its developers want you to cough up $29.99 for it. We would not recommend using this program even if it were free because it can only fix issues of little to no relevance.
However, its developers insist that TotalSystemCare will boost program loading times, speed up browser performance, clean up the Windows registry, delete junk files, and provide protection against malicious software. The reality, however, is very different. This program is also suspiciously too fast, so we do not think that it scans the entire computer. Therefore, we believe that it might only fix issues that are “on the surface.” Deleting junk files and empty registry entries is all well and good, but it does not impact your computer’s performance at all.
Therefore, you should not purchase this program. We suggest looking for reliable free applications if you insist on having a PC optimization tool. So, if you have decided to remove TotalSystemCare but do not know how to do it, then we suggest referring to our guide located below.
TotalSystemCare removal instructions
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
Windows 7 and Windows Vista