SmartPCFix (you can also find it as Smart PC Fix) is a useless PC optimization tool, which seeks only to convince PC users that they should use its paid services and fix problems related to system's slow downs. In order to create a need of these services, this program starts its activity with continuous offers to run its free scanners and check the system. In addition, it returns different kinds of alerts that all announce about serious issues detected in computer's hard drive. Please, do NOT trust SmartPCFix because it finds only invented problems and tries only to scare you into purchasing its licensed version. If it reports about viruses, you should ignore these alerts as well because you may be tricked and remove harmless files from your computer. Instead of paying those $29.95 for this scamware, you are highly recommended to use truly legitimate security software and protect your PC from such scams like this one.
SmartPCFix is distributed via its official website and needs to be installed manually. However, there is a growing tendency of attaching such programs to the components list of the freeware, so make sure that you always keep your eye on software's installation process and uncheck all unwanted and unfamiliar entries. Once you install SmartPCFix on your computer, it starts scanning the system every time you reboot your computer. In addition, it shows its constant pop-up ads that announce about serious system's problems and different kinds of threats. Be sure that this is done for making users spend their money on a full SmartPCFix version. Please, never do that!
If ou have been tricked into installing SmartPcFix on your computer, you should uninstall this program from your machine without any delay. For that, go 'Start menu' -> 'Control Panel' -> 'Uninstall a Program' or 'Add/Remove Programs' and choose 'Uninstall' button if you see SmartPCFix in the list. However, you should additionally scan your computer with updated version of STOPzilla or SpyHunter to make sure that your system is perfectly clean and there are no malicious entries inside it.
Information added: 05/21/13 08:51;
information updated: 05/21/13 08:51