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Remove System Healer (Free Instructions) - Aug 2017 update

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System Healer: a rogue PUP or a reliable PC optimizer?

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System Healer is considered to be a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that should be avoided because of several reasons. No matter that its developer System Healer Tech Sp. Zo.o. has been actively promoting it through its official website, it can also show up on your computer without your intention.

In this case, you need to think about third party software that you downloaded during the last several days. It might be, that you left the checkmark saying that you want to install this questionable optimization tool as an optional component when installing this software. In this case, you should think about System Healer removal.

Of course, you should also keep in mind that this app is offered as a PC optimization tool. No matter how attractive “System Healer Cleanup Console” and similar terms seem, this program can hardly improve your Mac's speed. Its database is not efficient enough to improve the performance of your machine, and all it does is reports about cookies, cashed files, and similar components. 

Last, but not least, the PUP is not fair because it asks to pay for its service, which is quite questionable. As you can see, it is quite a suspicious optimization tool that does not differ from others. No matter that you can also find different System Healer review with different opinions on the Internet today, we think that you should avoid this tool. 

Therefore, if you have received an offer to install this rogue PC optimizer[1], reject the offer and look for a more reliable tool. If, however, you have this optimization tool on your computer, you should remove System Healer virus without a doubt. Reimage or Malwarebytes does this for you faster.

Ways to distribute System Healer Cleanup Console

At the time of writing, the software is not compatible with Mac OS. It supports all types of Windows OS (7, 8, 8.1, XP, Vista, 10), so if you are using one of them, be careful. As we have already pointed out, System Healer is promoted on the official web page and can be downloaded directly right there. However, people seldom install it willingly.

The vast majority of victims have installed this app along with another free software (e.g. download manager, file compression/decompression software, media player, etc.) without even realizing that. If you are not willing to live through such experience, install free programs more carefully.

Questions about System Healer

By saying 'more carefully,' we mean that you should forget about quick/basic/express installation. Instead of these setups, you should get used to reading Eula, Privacy Policy, and other important information, as well as checking custom/advanced settings. This way, you will get the chance to see and reject installation of 'optional downloads,' including a trial version of System Healer malware. System Healer screenshot
System Healer tries to win trust with fake users' positive reviews.

The outcomes of the PUP

System Healer is said to have “a faster and stronger, more advanced way of finding and eliminating the issues that other PC cleaners can’t detect.” Therefore, it's natural that the first thing that you will notice immediately after infiltration of this optimizer is scheduled system scans. We would like to warn you that the scanners that System Healer malware[2] loads look professional. 

Besides, the scan results may inform about tens of errors, issues, infections, etc. Unfortunately, but you should be aware that the scan results can be invented. To check that, we would highly recommend you to use another PC optimization tool. It might be that this rogue optimization tool informs about alleged system issues. Therefore, DO NOT fall for buying System Healer license key. 

It's a useless piece of software that can't improve your PC's performance. In contrast, continuous system scans can diminish your PC's performance, and you may be a bit annoyed by continuous alerts about issues/errors.

Thus, if you do not want to lose your hard earned money for nothing and want to maintain you PC correctly, run Malwarebytes (for Mac OS X and Windows) or Reimage (for Windows), and remove System Healer virus from your machine.

Not to mention, according to System Healer reviews, it seems that this tool may also be involved in online scam affairs. Once installed, it may start showing pop-up ads claiming that your PC needs some serious help. Therefore, you may be provided with a supposedly toll-free number of professional technicians.

Do not fall for System Healer scam because you may receive an increased telephone bill or experience other issues in the future. Thus, if this application has already been installed on computers, go to the Page2 and find the manual and automatic removal instructions there.

Eliminate System Healer efficiently

System Healer removal can be performed manually by accessing Add/Remove Programs list. For this purpose, you should:

  • Click Start and choose Control Panel.
  • Click Uninstall a Program under Programs.
  • Click System Healer and select the Uninstall/Change option.
  • Click Yes and OK to save the changes.

Nevertheless, after that, we highly recommend you to run a full system scan with Reimage, Malwarebytes or another professional anti-malware to delete all other potentially unwanted/malicious programs. Note that every users should be cautious of thsi optimizer. Even if you reside in China[3], you might notice the ads promoting this PUP.

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  1. Stephen says:
    October 14th, 2015 at 5:15 pm

    Thanks for the Info

  2. Kaitlyn Stewart says:
    January 5th, 2016 at 3:50 am

    Ive tried to remove System Healer using avg and norton. However, none of them have detected it. The problem is that I cant remove it manually. What should I do?

  3. belle hunter says:
    January 5th, 2016 at 3:52 am

    I have found System Healer on Windows 10. Luckily, I have found it on Control panel and deleted manually. Nevertheless, thanks for reporting this malware

  4. Anna G says:
    January 5th, 2016 at 3:54 am

    F*** I purchased that stupid System Healer license key.. I did that a week ago, so I assume that there is no way to get my money back. How stupid I was to believe that it will remove system errors. Youre right, nothing happened and my PC certainly did not start working faster. Stupid me, dont get fooled you too, guys

  5. Susan Rose says:
    January 5th, 2016 at 3:55 am

    Ive installed this PC optimizer, but it asks to pay money for the key if I want to fix the problems. System Healer – MALWARE

  6. Thomas98 says:
    January 5th, 2016 at 3:58 am

    Ive been tricked into installing System Healer along with media player name of which I will not mention. It then started performing scans and reporting about trojan infection. To solve the issues, I was offered to call for remote technical support or pay for the license of System Healer and scan the system one more time. Did not convince me. Googled on this tool and luckily landed on your page. Thanks for warning and thanks for removal guide

  7. Gargoyle says:
    August 28th, 2016 at 9:46 am

    This (bs) is on my laptop, was looking at a book site and somehow downloaded it. Problem, I cant acces my control panel to delete it or uninstall it. My screen is just black blank. Once in a while a popup to buy the key shows up, none of the buttons have any effect.

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