System Clean Pro
System Clean Pro is one of those tools that is said can speed up the computer and enhance its performance. However, our researchers doubt whether the application can be as useful as its description may allow assuming. Of course, you can decide for yourself after you read our full report about the software. Before we begin, we would like to explain that the tool falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs, which is why it will be called this way in the article. Also, it is understandable some users may not want to keep such software on their computers, but might not know how to erase it. Thus, at the end of the text, we are placing instructions showing how to eliminate System Clean Pro manually. The process might be a bit long, and it looks too complicated, keep in mind that you can get rid of the application with a reliable antimalware tool too.
First of all, we would like to talk about the potentially unwanted program’s distribution. Users can download System Clean Pro from its official site known as bitsspeeduptools.live. Nonetheless, applications alike are often spread through additional channels, such as pop-up advertisements or bundled software installers. Therefore, we believe it is possible the tool could be downloaded from elsewhere too. Another thing our researchers noticed while installing the application is that its setup file offered a program called Driver Updater. It could be another potentially unwanted program as we have encountered some with almost identical names, for example, Driver Updater Plus, Max Driver Updater, Super Drive Updater, and so on. For those who do not want to encounter such software, our specialists recommend staying away from doubtful pop-ups and file-sharing web pages. Also, it is best if you research every new tool before adding it to your system.
At the moment of writing, System Clean Pro website claims it is an award-winning application used by millions of users. Such statements might make the software look more trustworthy to potential users, which is why if the program has any awards, it should provide proof. For instance, placing a link on the mentioned statement that would lead to a site with information confirming it, ought to be enough. What’s more, we noticed the descriptions on the site claim this potentially unwanted program can make the system run faster and error-free. What made us doubt the application could improve the computer’s performance was the scanning results it displayed on our test computer. Most of the results were categorized as “Invalid Registry Items.” Such data could contain old leftovers or in other words data left on the system after uninstalling various applications. The amount of these Registry entries may pile up over the time, but our researchers say deleting it should not make any visible changes to the computer’s performance.
Furthermore, even though the applications websites clearly states that System Clean Pro users will have to buy its license before deleting detected issues, we find it odd. It is not like the one-time deletion of detected issues will be a permanent solve and the user will not need such services in the future. Not to mention, without testing the application first, the user cannot be sure if it will work as described, or if it will be as useful as the software’s developers claim it to be. Provided it does what it promises, allowing to test its full functionality, even for once, could encourage the user to purchase the license.
If you decide you do not want to take any chances with System Clean Pro and do not wish to keep a tool that can only scan the computer, you could erase it. To delete the potentially unwanted program manually, users should complete the steps available below. This process might seem to be rather complicated, but you can always install a reputable antimalware tool of your choice and let it remove potentially unwanted program for you.
Erase System Clean Pro