PC Reg Boost
If you downloaded PC Reg Boost unpaid version, you most likely realize it yourself that there is not much use out of it. It appears to be the application allows you to perform Registry check-ups, but if you want to repair any errors, you have to buy the paid version of it. While researching the program, we also noticed it could show suspicious error messages that might be difficult to close and may disturb the user. Moreover, we found out the tool might be spread with other unreliable software offered on doubtful file-sharing web pages. Accordingly, our specialists came to a decision to classify PC Reg Boost as a potentially unwanted program. For more information about this application, we encourage you to keep reading our report. Slightly below the text, you will find deletion instructions as well; hopefully, they will help you erase the tool quicker if you choose to do so.
To begin with, our researchers say the PUP might be distributed not only through its official site (pcregboost.com) but also bundled software installers of other potentially unwanted programs, adware, browser hijackers, etc. Thus, it might be even possible that some of PC Reg Boost’s users could download it accidentally by simply overlooking the software’s suggestion on the setup wizard. If the situation seems familiar to you, we would advise you to be more cautious the next time. To avoid suspicious tools, users should stay away from shady file-sharing sites, research the applications they choose to acquire first and pay more attention during installation. For users who want more protection, it would be advisable to keep a trustworthy antimalware tool too.
Clearly, the other reason we decided to classify PC Reg Boost as a potentially unwanted program is the suspicious error messages. According to our specialists, the application is capable of displaying such windows when the computer is launched or later on. It does not even matter if the registry cleaner is turned off at that moment since the error messages can be displayed either way. To make matters worse, it appears to be the user might be unable to close such windows without employing the Task Manager. To be more precise, the only way to eliminate the error messages is to pick the Processes tab, locate a process called WindowsGen.exe and press the End Task button to stop it. After completing these steps, the mentioned pop-ups should disappear.
What’s more, the displayed windows might talk about critical errors or serious issues that need to be removed as soon as possible. The error messages could even show a technical support telephone number, so the situation might seem even more critical to the user. Our specialists believe these persistent windows could be shown just to convince the user to buy the paid version of PC Reg Boost. After all, if the issues were so critical, your operating system would probably show you warning or errors too. Since the unpaid version raises some suspicions, we do not think it would be smart to buy the application; at least not when you cannot check how it’s other features work. If you are looking for useful software for your system, we recommend getting a reliable antimalware tool. It could help you stay away from various threats, including potentially unwanted programs and protect the system.
In any case, no matter what program you decide to purchase, make sure you can test it before and see if it is worth the asked price. As for PC Reg Boost trial version, we do not think it is worth to waste any time with it, especially if you cannot stand its displayed error messages. The registry cleaner seems to have a working uninstall file, so users should be able to erase it through Control Panel as it is shown in the instructions placed below. On the other hand, if you think you may have installed more doubtful programs besides this application it might be easier to get a reliable antimalware tool and clean up the system.
Close the error messages
Eliminate PC Reg Boost
Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
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