PC Registry Shield is a legitimate system optimization tool, which can appear on your computer out of nowhere. In reality, users are tricked into installing this program on their systems when they download freeware or shareware, and fail to deselect optional downloads. If this program gets onto its target PC, PC Registry Shield starts checking the system for registry errors and, as a rule, always detects something what could be fixed. Of course, before it fixes there errors, it asks to purchase its license. We don't recommend opening your wallet and paying for PC Registry Shield because the elimination of several hundreds of registry errors won't help you to make your PC run faster.
HOW CAN PC Registry Shield APPEAR ON MY COMPUTER?
We must repeat for another time that PC Registry Shield is not a virus or malware. However, it seems that it is actively spread using a tricky method, which is called 'bundling'. It means that PC Registry Shield can get inside your computer when you install other free applications, such as video recording and streaming software, download-managers and similar applications. As soon as it gets inside the system, PC Registry Shield starts scanning the registry and reports about outdated registry entries and other errors. Besides, some users claim that PC Registry Shield initiates browser's redirections to AVG Secure Search and other search sites. If you noticed these issues, you should remove PC Registry Shield from the system.
HOW TO REMOVE PC REGISTRY SHIELD?
According to PC Registry Shield's creators, you can remove this program with a help of this guide:
1. Click Start in the lower left corner of your screen
2. From the Programs menu, select PC Registry Shield.
3. Select Uninstall.
4. Follow the on-screen prompts until finished.
If you followed these instructions and this program still reappears on your computer, then you should scan it with updated anti-spyware. We recommend using Reimage or Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus.