According to the application’s authors, Super Tuneup has “advanced features and powerful tools help enhance PC speed with ease and improve your experience exclusively.” However, our researchers say even though the program might sound powerful, in reality, it is quite doubtful it can make any visible changes to the system’s performance. If you read the rest of the article, we will explain to you why we believe the tool is more or less useless. Another thing you can find useful is the deletion instructions available a bit below the article. Should you choose to eliminate Super Tuneup, you could follow the given steps to erase it manually. On the other hand, if you would like to check the system for other unreliable applications alike, you could get rid of them along with the unwanted PC optimizer by performing a system scan with your chosen antimalware tool.
First, users should know Super Tuneup is classified as a potentially unwanted program. Meaning, it is considered to be unreliable. We cannot say it is a surprise given the software is almost identical to many other doubtful PC optimizers we have researched recently, for example, Win Boost Pro 2018 or Win Tuneup Pro. Just like other potentially unwanted programs, Super Tuneup has an official site (supertuneup.com), but might also be spread through pop-up advertisements, bundled software installers, and so on. Consequently, our researchers recommend being more careful when encountering ads suggesting freeware or when downloading setup files from torrent and similar file-sharing websites. It would be safest to obtain installers from legitimate sites as well as install tools that you are sure are entirely harmless. To help you determine whether the program is safe or not you could check how reputable its developers are, if it has any negative reviews, and so on.
Furthermore, Super Tuneup allows the user to perform a system scan free of charge, but to fix the detected errors the user is asked to pay for a full version, which costs around 29.95 US dollars. The most important question here is will deleting the identified issues change anything or, in other words, improve the computer’s performance like the application’s description claims. As we mentioned earlier, our researchers highly doubt it. It is because during our tests we found the potentially unwanted program identified various data that does not influence the computer’s speed or performance. All the tool detected were old Registry files and other issues non-vital errors. It has been said many times already in our previous articles that Registry files left after uninstalling other programs do not make the system work visibly slower. To be more specific, erasing them might clean up the system, but users should not expect any dramatic changes to their devices’ speed. Therefore, since deleting such files would most likely not change anything, we believe buying Super Tuneup’s license could be a huge waste of money.
All in all, it seems to us the application’s descriptions might be somewhat exaggerated as it is doubtful removing the errors it discovers could make any change to the computer’s performance. Plus, it is considered to be a potentially unwanted program, which may suggest Super Tuneup could be untrustworthy or may have undesirable qualities. Thus, we do not recommend investing in such a tool. No doubt, you could find more reputable and more useful tools to spend money on if you want to. If you think so too, we encourage you to erase the application with the instructions located below or a reliable antimalware tool of your choice. Lastly, to those of you who would like to know anything else about the potentially unwanted program, or wish to ask more help with its removal, we would like to remind you there is a comments section below the text you can use.
Remove Super Tuneup
Windows 8 & Windows 10
Windows Vista & Windows 7