PC Repair Clinic
PC Repair Clinic sounds like a legitimate program. It also looks like one. The official website representing this program (inklineglobal.com/products/pcrepairclinic) seems pretty normal too. The thing is that looks can be deceiving, and while the application is not classified as a malicious infection, it is classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and there are several reasons for that. Our research team has inspected this questionable application, and our verdict is that it is best to remove PC Repair Clinic. Of course, you are the one making the final decision, and if you are not sure that this PUP deserves the reputation that it has, you might want to continue reading this report. Once you know more about the program, you will be able to make up your own mind if or not you want to delete it. Note that if your questions are left unanswered, our research team is always ready to assist you. All you do is contact us by posing your comments and questions below.
Some users might identify PC Repair Clinic as a browser hijacker because, once installed, it also changes browser’s settings. On Internet Explorer, google.inklineglobal.com is set as the homepage and default search provider. On Firefox, it is set as homepage only. This is not how truly reliable system optimizers work. Speaking of reliable system optimizers, there are too many questionable ones, including Boost PC Pro, Win PC Repair 2018, and Super PC Cleanup. They all have big claims and promises, but none of them can deliver beneficial services, and that is why they are identified and removed as PUPs. One thing that these programs often have in common is that they can be spread in suspicious ways. For example, it was found that PC Repair Clinic could be introduced to users via irritating and misleading pop-ups. It could also be promoted along with other suspicious programs in software bundles. If you have installed the program along with other unfamiliar pieces, make sure you inspect them too because you do not want to ignore potentially malicious threats that might require removal.
Once installed, PC Repair Clinic scans the operating system immediately. Although the results do not seem to include fake results, that does not mean that the application should be trusted. The PUP claims to scan the Registry, as well as to perform Privacy and Virus scans, but it is not a comprehensive anti-malware tool, and it is unlikely to help you ensure full privacy. Overall, even though PC Repair Clinic is unlikely to do any damage, it is highly unlikely that its services are worth the money. Yes, the PUP is not free, and if you want a complete service pack, you have to register. What is the cost of that? The full price of the tool appears to be $59.95, but, at the time of research, the program was offered at $29.95. It is possible that this discount was fabricated to lure in more users. If you have paid money for the PUP, but then realized that it is not very useful, you, allegedly, have the option to get your money back within 60 days. Whether or not that happens, if you are not happy with the PUP, you want to delete it.
If you do not delete PC Repair Clinic from your operating system, it will automatically start every time you start Windows. That means that you will continue being bombarded with alerts and suggestions to register for the paid version of the PUP. And if you pay for the registered version, you are unlikely to reap any benefits. Due to these reasons, we suggest removing PC Repair Clinic without further hesitation. Don't be intimidated by the removal guide below because although there are quite a few steps to go through, the process is not too complicated, especially if you have experience. An alternative to this is to uninstall the application via the Control Panel. In both cases, it is necessary to change browser settings manually. Another option you have is to install an anti-malware tool that is set up to automatically delete potentially unwanted programs, as well as to keep them away in the future.
PC Repair Clinic Removal