What is PC Power Speed?
PC Power Speed is a questionable software. More specifically, it's a suspicious PC optimization tool that may be labeled as a scareware. No matter that its developers claim that this program is able to remove outdated registry entries, junk files, unstable browser add-ons and other issues, sometimes it seems that this program seeks the only thing – make people buy its license. Besides, this application may appear on your computer out of nowhere and without your consent. If this is the case, you should be careful. You should try to ignore its constant registry scanners because they always deliver a long list of exaggerated registry errors, outdated programs and similar things. Unfortunately, these results may be fake and include non-existent files, invented registry entries, non-existent browser add-ons and similar things that are supposed to scare you into thinking that you need to purchase PC Power Speed License. Instead of entering your credit card details, we recommend you to check your PC with alternative application. We are sure that the results will be completely different because the main purpose of PC Power Speed scanners and alerts is to trick you in buying its full version. If you would click the 'Fix' button, which appears among scan results, you would be immediately redirected to purchase website. We cannot state that this program is absolutely useless. In fact, it is capable of detecting some of outdated registry entries. Unfortunately, their removal won't increase your computer's speed in any way because there are thousands of registry entries that should be removed in order to see a insignificant improvement in computer's performance. Be careful and think twice before buying the licensed version of PC Power Speed because you can easily loose your money.
How can PC Power Speed infiltrate my computer?
“Non-Personal Information Disclosure. We may disclose or share non-personal or anonymous or aggregated information with third parties, such as usage statistics of our Services or IP addresses. Aggregated non-personally identifiable information is information recorded about users and collected into groups so that it no longer reflects or references an individually identifiable user. These third parties may collect information when users visit our Services. These third parties may use this aggregated information about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements on the other websites and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you. For example, this is how anonymous data may contribute to or be used to improve our Services and your experience:
Advertising Research – non-personally identifiable data, which includes web use and demographic information, may be shared anonymously with third parties so they can understand if and how their advertising spending impacts the consumer journey and consumer decisions.
Media Use Analysis – non-personally identifiable data may be shared anonymously with clients so they can understand where consumers go online and how consumers interact with digital media which includes website content and advertising that is seen through web and mobile browsers.
Profile Building – third parties may use the data we have collected, either explicitly provided or collected from online behaviors, to obtain additional information from other public and private data sources. These third party data sources may provide information on the types of purchases relative to household and lifestyle information, and broader demographic details. We or third parties may then use the combined data to create non-personally identifiable profiles that are shared as consumer segments.
Addressable Marketing Segments – we may use non-personally identifiable data to identify certain consumer segments reachable with advertising.“
Some people don't mind it, whereas others treat it as privacy violation. If you have purchased this program and accepted with these conditions, that's fine. However, having in mind that it frequently infiltrates computers without users' consent, it is related to privacy violation for sure. In addition, as we have mentioned, this program causes continuous registry scans and alerts that try to trick you in buying its useless license. If you are annoyed by them, follow a guide that is given below and remove this application.
How to remove PC Power Speed from my computer?
If you do not want to loose your money, stay away from buying this questionable program, do not fall into PC Power Speed tricks. Instead, remove it from your computer once detected. For this, you can use a reputable anti-spyware, such as Reimage or Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus. If you want to remove this program manually, follow the instructions below:
- Click Start → Control Panel → Programs and Features (if you are Windows XP user, click on Add/Remove Programs).
- Here, look for PC Power Speed.
- Uninstall it and other questionable programs.
- Click OK to save these changes.
If you are Windows 8 user, then right-click in the lower left corner of the screen. Once Quick Access Menu shows up, select Control Panel and Uninstall a Program.
PC Power Speed manual removal:
Delete registry values:
%CommonDesktopDir%PC Power Speed.lnk
%CommonPrograms%PC Power SpeedPC Power Speed on the Web.url
%CommonPrograms%PC Power SpeedPC Power Speed.lnk
%CommonPrograms%PC Power SpeedUninstall PC Power Speed.lnk