My System Mechanic

What is My System Mechanic?

It might seem that My System Mechanic is a powerful PC optimization tool at first glance; however, you should still think twice before installing it on your computer because you will need to purchase its license to be able to fix issues it finds on your system with it. Yes, its free version works as a diagnostic tool only. My System Mechanic does not try to hide this fact from users. If you go to its official website, you will see a sentence at the upper part of the page: “To fix these, you need to purchase the activation key.” If you are not going to do that, you do not know why you have My System Mechanic installed on your computer, or you simply do not like it for any reason, you should disable this program today. If it stays active, it will automatically start working together with the Windows OS (you can turn this off), and, additionally, you will see notifications coming from this program periodically. We are sure you will sooner or later find all these notifications extremely annoying. Most likely, you will delete My System Mechanic from your system without any problems because it is not a harmful malicious application, and, as research has shown, it can be erased fully like any ordinary application – through Control Panel. Unlike similar potentially unwanted programs, it does not leave any leftovers, which is good news.test

What does My System Mechanic do?

My System Mechanic should repair corrupt and invalid registry keys, clean bad software, improve the startup time, and remove items that impact the computer’s performance in a negative way. Well, at least it promises to do so after users purchase the license and upgrade it. If you install its trial version, it will perform a system scan to find issues that need to be fixed, but it could not do anything else unless you buy the license. You will be told that you need to get it only after you click the Start Repair button located at the bottom. You are the one who need to decide what to do in such a case, but if you want to hear our opinion, we do not think that you should purchase the license of a potentially unwanted program. We have not tried upgrading it, so we cannot promise that you will find its full version very beneficial either. You should not invest in SystemBoosterPro, System Healer, and SystemKeeperPro as well because they are known to be potentially unwanted programs. Potentially unwanted applications are not malware that can cause serious security and privacy-related problems, but they are surely not fully reliable software either because there is a possibility that they will perform certain undesirable activities once installed on users’ computers.

Where does My System Mechanic come from?

Researchers working at have made a decision to categorize My System Mechanic as a potentially unwanted program also because it has been observed that it might be spread bundled together with similar software. As research has revealed, it is the most prevalent in Japan, France, and the United Kingdom. Bundling is not a new distribution method. It has already been used for a long time to promote browser hijackers, potentially unwanted programs, ad-supported programs, suspicious toolbars, and other untrustworthy applications. If you do not become more careful soon and keep your computer unprotected, the chances are high that another program will be installed on your system without your permission as well. We have two pieces of advice for those who want to ensure their systems’ maximum protection. First, they should carefully install all new applications downloaded from the Internet and read all the information provided on the installation window. Second, they should install powerful antimalware software on their computers. If users take these two security measures, it will be impossible for bad software to slither onto their computers.

How to remove My System Mechanic

If you are not going to purchase My System Mechanic for 29.95 EUR (the price might vary), make sure you disable this program today because there is no point in keeping useless software. There are two ways to delete it. You can use an automated malware remover to make it gone, or you can simply delete it like any other program through Control Panel.

My System Mechanic manual removal guide

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select My System Mechanic and click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Select My System Mechanic.
  5. Click Uninstall.

Windows 8/8.1/10

  1. Type Control Panel in Search.
  2. Access it.
  3. Go to Uninstall a program.
  4. Find My System Mechanic on the list and select it.
  5. Click the Uninstall button. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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