Smart PC Mechanic

What is Smart PC Mechanic?

If you think that Smart PC Mechanic can provide you with reliable system security and optimization services, you are not right. This alleged system optimizer might appear to be great, but, in reality, it is not equipped to assist you properly, and that is the conclusion our virtual security experts have made after analyzing this suspicious application. In fact, it is classified as a PUP (potentially unwanted program) because its services are not beneficial. Although this application can scan your PC and identify certain components that allegedly require your attention, the chances are that these components are just junk that does not threaten your virtual security. If a program can only remove harmless files, do you want to invest in it? Most likely, you do not. Continue reading this report to learn more about the suspicious, potentially unwanted program and its elimination. If you cannot wait to delete Smart PC Mechanic from your Windows operating system, check out the guides below.test

How does Smart PC Mechanic work?

Smart PC Mechanic is officially offered at, but it is likely that this potentially unwanted program is spread in other ways as well. Have you used a third-party installer to acquire this strange application? If you have, the chances are that you have downloaded other suspicious programs along with it. Tuneup PC Tool Ltd. appears to be the creator of the PUP, as well as Master PC Cleaner – which we advise removing too – but it is unlikely that you will face multiple programs created by this company bundled together. Instead, you are more likely to encounter third-party PUPs, adware, and other kinds of undesirable software. Some of these threats can be very easy to spot, and you should not hesitate about deleting them, but others could hide. Install a trusted, up-to-date malware scanner, and you will learn soon enough if you need to eliminate any undesirable programs along with the PUP discussed in this report. The PUP itself deserves elimination.

As we discussed already, the results shown by the Smart PC Mechanic scanner should not be taken seriously. Even though you might be introduced to hundreds of alleged security threats, instead of trusting the scanner, you should delete the unreliable program and then install a reputable and trustworthy malware scanner instead. The results shown by Smart PC Mechanic might be scary, but they are not truthful. You do not need to worry about spyware and malware or any alleged system performance issues that the scanner has supposedly discovered. If you are tricked into thinking that all of that is real, you are more likely to pay for the activated version of the PUP. At the time of research, the product was offered for €23.95 with a discount from €33.95, but it is most likely that this discount is fixed and is offered just to make users more willing to pay the price. Note that if you have already paid for the useless services, the information you have shared during the payment has been recorded, and that is something that could put you at risk.

Delete Smart PC Mechanic

If you want to remove Smart PC Mechanic from your operating system – and that is strongly advised – you need to figure out if other threats exist. This is important because that determines the method of removal. If there are no other threats, or if they are simple and easily eliminated, you are likely to be able to get rid of all of them manually. The guide below shows how to delete Smart PC Mechanic by uninstalling it. If you discover many other threats that you cannot eliminate yourself, you should think about employing anti-malware software. While it is not recommended that you invest in PUPs that do not offer anything beneficial, you certainly should not hesitate to invest in your virtual security because that is how you will keep your operating system clean in the future.

Removal Instructions

Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista:

  1. Tap keys Win+E to launch Explorer.
  2. Enter Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features into the bar at the top.
  3. Uninstall the undesirable application.

Windows XP:

  1. Click Start on the Taskbar and then open Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find the undesirable application, click it once, and then select Remove. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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