Were you sold on the beneficial services presented by LightSpeedPC? If you were, you might have paid the full price already. Our research team does not recommend that. Why? The answer is very simple: The program cannot assist you. Although the promises are attractive, they are pretty much empty. Due to this, we believe it is best if you remove LightSpeedPC from your Windows operating system right now. If you have used the program and you believe that it has helped you, you should really continue reading this report because we explain how misleading and untrustworthy this PUP (potentially unwanted program) truly is. If you are not interested in that, and you simply want to delete the program as soon as possible, scroll down to find a full guide. If you scroll down further, you can also find a comments section, where you can add questions, observations, and feedback for our research team.
Windows users are offered to download LightSpeedPC at lightspeedpc.com. This website, needless to say, is meant to create the perfect picture. According to available information, the PUP can repair invalid registry entries, remove shortcuts and startup programs, defragment the system’s hard drive, increase booting speeds, optimize programs, clean the disk, boot RAM, restore deleted data, backup files, and shred them if necessary. This all sounds amazing, doesn’t it? On top of that, you are offered a free download, which can create an illusion that the product itself is free. Well, it is not. The scan is free, but afterward, you will have to pay $29.95 for the programs’ services. Are they worth it? Our researchers claim that they are not. The LightSpeedPC scanner is very suspicious, and it completes a scan within just a few seconds, which is a dead giveaway that it is not thorough. While fake results are not shown to confuse users, the program can introduce you to an intimidating number of things that aren’t actually slowing down your system significantly.
LightSpeedPC will do nothing until you pay the full price for its services. Although 30 bucks might not seem like a lot, it certainly is way too much for the services that the PUP offers. For this price, the potentially unwanted program will remove cookies, clear the cache, get rid of the temp files, and maybe do something else. Here’s a news flash for you: You can do all of this on your own entirely for free. Temp files can be erased from the %TEMP% folder, and cache and cookies can be eliminated by clearing the browsing data (open the browser and tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open the menu). What if you have paid the money already? If you have made the payment, it seems that you can get the money back within 8 weeks. At least, that is what the official download website claims. Speaking of this website, if you did not download LightSpeedPC from it, immediately scan your system to make sure that you did not acquire it using a malicious downloader that included other PUPs or malicious threats.
You can find the files of LightSpeedPC placed in the folder under %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%. You can also uninstall it using the instructions below. This is, without a doubt, the most straightforward option for you. Just go open the menu, find the installer, and get rid of it. This is not the best option if other threats exist. In that case, a legitimate anti-malware program can be extremely helpful because it is programmed to find and erase all infections automatically. Depending on the program you install, it should be able to identify and remove PUPs too. Besides deleting LightSpeedPC automatically, the program would also help you protect your operating system and keep it free from potentially unwanted programs and malicious infections. Needless to say, you should not ignore the fact that your system lacks reliable protection. Unless you fix the situation right now, you will not be able to keep your system malware-free for much longer. If you are having trouble with the manual removal, or you need help choosing the right anti-malware tool, do not hesitate to leave us a message below.