Power System Care

What is Power System Care?

If your operating system has been running slower than usual lately, you might be thinking about installing a program like Power System Care. It promises to speed up the system by cleaning the Registry and by removing add-ons and adware. These promises are made at powersyscare.com, the official website set up to offer the free installer of the program. Although the installer is free, the services are not, and if you choose to use the PUP (potentially unwanted program) to “repair” alleged issues, you will need to pay €23.95. This is not a lot of money, but definitely too much for what is offered. The issues that the scanner finds can be easily fixed for free, and some of them can even be ignored. If you go to %TEMP%, you might find a ton of temporary files, and you can easily eliminate them all yourself. It is silly to pay for a program to do it. Unfortunately, some users might be tricked into thinking that the PUP is an essential tool that can significantly increase system’s speeds. It is not, and that is why we want to show you how to delete Power System Care.testtesttest

How does Power System Care work?

Power System Care is identical to Power Speedup 2018, Win Speedup 2018, Power Cleaner 2018, and a bunch of other programs that are classified as PUPs also. It is impossible to say whether or not they were created by the same person, but it certainly looks like it. The websites are the same. The interfaces of the programs are the same. The licenses cost the exact same price. They all offer useless services. They all create folders in %PROGRAMFILES%/%PROGRAMFILES(x86)% directory with the programs’ files. Needless to say, it can be very irritating to deal with the same kind of nonsense over and over again, but at least our research team obtains more and more information with every single clone that emerges. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team can now confidently say that Power System Care is useless and should be removed. Unfortunately, we cannot say what kinds of programs you might need to delete along with this PUP. While the official installer always promotes Driver Updater alongside it, third-party installers could offer all kinds of different programs. Install a malware scanner to inspect them at once.

You cannot ignore Power System Care. Once installed, it scans the system and then keeps reminding you that you need to take action. Whether you have 4 or 174 “Potentially unwanted items” found, there is no need for you to panic. What you need to do is look through the found issues to see what’s really going on. If you are informed about malware and security threats, a legitimate malware scanner will be able to detect them. If it does, quickly remove them all. Overall, it is unlikely that the PUP can be a reliable tool against malware. Take note of that. When it comes to invalid registry items, do not worry about them too much. Your system is unlikely to speed up if you delete them anyway. All in all, as you can see, there really is no real urge to pay for Power System Care. Instead, you should invest your money into something that’s actually useful.

How to delete Power System Care

Do not pay attention to issues with “Low” and “High” improvement rates offered by Power System Care. Of course, we are not saying that you should ignore your system’s security or lack of efficiency. Investing money in your security and your system can be highly rewarding, but you need to choose wisely. We advise putting your money towards real anti-malware software. Many threats – including miners, Trojans, malicious PUPs – can slow down systems significantly, and if you install anti-malware software, you will not need to worry about that. Furthermore, you will have Power System Care removed automatically, and that can be useful too. Of course, we also offer a solution that will help you uninstall this potentially unwanted program manually. Follow the instructions below, and if you face obstacles, do not hesitate to contact us via the comments.

Removal Guide

  1. Tap keys Win+R simultaneously to launch RUN.
  2. Enter control panel and click OK to access the menu.
  3. Open the Uninstall a program menu.
  4. Select the undesirable program and choose Uninstall.

N.B. Windows XP users need to open Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs to find the uninstaller. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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