What is Super PC Cleaner?
If your computer is old or if your operating system is infected with malware, you might have issues with operation speeds. Super PC Cleaner is a program that might seem to come to the rescue; however, it cannot be trusted. Our research team at Anti-Spyware-10.com found that this supposedly beneficial program is just a PUP (potentially unwanted program) that was created to lure you into spending your money. Although this program offers a free system scan – which is entirely bogus – it is not free. At the time of our research, the PUP was offered at the price of $39.90 USD, but additional charges were applied as well. Whether this program costs 100 dollars or 1 cent, you should not invest in it. What you should do is delete Super PC Cleaner.
How does Super PC Cleaner work?
Many computer users download Super PC Cleaner from supercleansystem.com. Unfortunately, this PUP can be spread by unfamiliar installers as well, and it could be presented along with malware. According to our information, Super PC Optimizer, Pro PC Cleaner, and PC Optimizer can be spread in this way as well. It is not clear if these programs were created by the same party, but it is obvious that they have the same goals. There is no doubt that Super PC Cleaner was designed to get your money, because all of its promises are completely empty. This program cannot identify real problems, and it certainly cannot solve them. The scan report represented by this program is also bogus, meant only to intimidate you.
As soon as Super PC Cleaner completes a system scan, you are informed that you need to fix issues that are placed under such categories as PC Performance, Registry Items, and Privacy Concerns. What should surprise you is that the issues found are not specified, and the scary detection count does not actually represent any issues. Needless to say, this only proves that the scanner is bogus. Unfortunately, some users get tricked into clicking the Clean Up Now button, which leads straight to a purchase page. If you invest your savings into the unreliable, potentially unwanted program, the fictitious issues might seem to have disappeared, but that does not mean that reliable services were applied. Whether you pay money for the bogus optimizer or you delete it, your operating system will be in the same state.
How to remove Super PC Cleaner
Super PC Cleaner is not a program you can trust. Although this might not be completely obvious just by looking at the PUP, our research team can guarantee that this program deserves removal. Have you paid money for the services of this fake system optimizer? If you have, the first thing you can try is ask for a refund. If that does not work, contact your bank and inform them about fraud. Overall, you need to delete Super PC Cleaner even if you have invested in it already. We advise using antimalware software to erase this adware along with other potentially active threats, but you might be able to proceed with manual removal as well.
Delete Super PC Cleaner
Windows 10/Windows8.1/Windows 8:
- Tap Win+R to launch RUN.
- Type Control Panel, click OK to open the menu, and move to Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the undesirable application and choose Uninstall.
Windows 7/Windows Vista:
- Navigate to the Taskbar and click the Windows icon.
- Open the Control Panel menu and click Uninstall a program (under Programs).
- Find the undesirable program, right-click it, and select Uninstall.
- Click the Start button on the Taskbar and select Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Select the undesirable application and click the Remove button.
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