Driver Tonic is not a beneficial application that, allegedly, works as the “ultimate utility.” Instead, it is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that you should delete from your Windows operating system without further hesitation. According to our research, although the program is meant to enhance your system by updating drivers, it was found that the services offered are not worth the money that is asked in return. At the time of research, the product retailed at €9.95 per month for the users of the BASIC license, or it could be purchased for €47.40 for the PREMIUM+ license. The latter includes “Speed and Optimize” and “Professional Ad-Blocking” services, and it comes bundled with an internet security suite. While the price might seem reasonable to you, our researchers warn that paying for the PUP is the last thing you should be doing. Do you want to learn more, including how to remove Driver Tonic? If you do, you must continue reading.
Did you download Driver Tonic from pctonics.com/dtn? This website has been set up by PC Tonics Inc. to promote the PUP along with Win Tonic and Mac Tonic. The website has a very professional look, and that might be one of the things to push you into trusting the program and the benefits of its alleged services. After all, according to the information on the official website, Driver Tonic can enhance the performance of the system, and who wouldn’t want that? The same kind of promises can be introduced to you if you execute a software bundle. This bundle could be introduced to you via a third-party file-sharing website, or could, seemingly, pop-up out of nowhere. Just keep in mind that if you face a software bundle, it is a must for you to install a malware scanner and run a complete system scam. You do not want to skip this step because it is crucial for you to figure out if the suspicious potentially unwanted program is the only thing you need to focus on. Needless to say, if malicious threats exist on your PC, you need to focus on their removal first.
According to our research, Driver Tonic’s claims to resolve problems within the operating system cannot be trusted. In fact, it was found that the PUP imitated the resolution of alleged issues when offering to fix them for free. Although the PUP’s services are not free, it offers to “fix” a few issues before the user pays money for the full license. This is extremely deceitful, and that is the biggest reason to delete Driver Tonic if you have installed it already. Hopefully, you have not paid any money for its services yet. Otherwise, you might want to try to get a refund. If you are still interested in investing in a system optimization tool, make sure you do your research before installing and investing in anything. Our research team has dealt with tons of PUPs that only pose as optimizers, including Perfect PC Cleanup, Power System Care, Power Speedup 2018, and Super PC Cleanup. While they do not belong to the same creator, and their services can be unique – to some extent – they are all unreliable and, therefore, deserve removal.
One of the reasons Driver Tonic is classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) is because it cannot be uninstalled just like any regular undesirable application. It leaves leftovers behind, and if the user does not know about it, they are unlikely to erase them. Without a doubt, it is easiest to utilize an anti-malware program to have Driver Tonic deleted. If other threats exist, they can be erased by the program at the same time, and, on top of that, it can provide full-time protection, which is extremely important if you do not want to let in unreliable or malicious program in the future. As for manual removal, you definitely can erase the PUP yourself. Just follow the instructions below. They remind how to uninstall undesirable applications, and they show how to get rid of the leftovers in the Windows Registry. If you have any questions about the process, let’s continue the discussion in the comments below.
Driver Tonic Removal