OptimizerPro is a very untrustworthy program that should allegedly optimize your PC. However, we have managed to find some controversial information about this program. At first, this application may seem like a helpful tool that should scan your computer and fix all bad entries, registries and junk files. However, there is a catch. After OptimizerPro diagnoses computer and shows all possible errors, in order to fix these problems, you will be offered to buy its licensed version for $39.95 (or $29.95 with a discount). We highly recommend not to buy this program because it can hardly fix these errors and make your PC faster. Many computer experts are also debating whether these 'optimization' tools are beneficial or not. Unfortunately, the majority of such programs can hardly give anything useful in return. Moreover, if you decide to buy this program (what we strongly recommend NOT to do), you may expose your private information (credentials, credit card number, email, etc.) to hackers.
How can OptimizerPro infiltrate my computer?
This questionable program may enter your computer using a long list of methods. First of all, you can download OptimizerPro from its official website and add it to your system voluntarily Secondly, this unreliable optimization tool may travel together with various freewares. Therefore, if you install unfamiliar program, such as Download Manager 2.0, PDF File Creator 1.1., etc., you may install OptimizerPro as well. Thirdly, you may agree with the installation of its trial version by clicking on a misleading pop-up notification. In most of the cases, such ads warn people about bad registry files and then offer fixing them for free. oPlease, ignore such alerts that read 'Your computer is at risk!Download OptimizerPro for free!', 'You have 847 errors that are slowing down you PC, fix them now!' and don't click on them. You should also do NOT buy OptimizerPro because this program may cause to you many difficulties.
How to remove OptimizerPro from my computer?
As soon as OptimizerPro is installed on the system, it drops its own registry entries. This may initiate difficulties when trying to remove this program from the system. In order to avoid that, we recommend using Reimage or Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus. For eliminating this program manually, you can follow these steps:
1. Click Start → Control Panel → Uninstall a Program.
2. When in the Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program, look for OptimizerPro.
3. Click 'Uninstall' and then OK to save the changes.