What is System Speed Up?
System Speed Up (also known as System Speed Up) is another program, which was developed by a well-known company Systweak Software. It has already released such questionable applications as Advanced Disk Recovery and some other ones. No matter that all of these programs are promoted as useful tools that are capable of improving computer’s speed, removing viruses and optimizing system’s performance, you should definitely think before you install each of these programs on your PC system. Why are we saying this? The main reason why we recommend avoiding System Speed Up and other PC optimization tools is that they rely on misleading marketing techniques. These techniques are dedicated for the only thing – money making. If you have already downloaded the trial version of this program, you may have already noticed its continuous system scanners that report about tens of bad registry entries. No matter that it may seem to you that after removing these entries and other junk files your computer will start working faster than it was, you should stop dreaming about that. This program will “fix” your computer by removing these registries only after you will agree to the money for its license. For eliminating any issue from the system, you will be asked to pay $29.95. We don’t think that you should enter your credit card details and pay such amount of money because the removal of hundred of bad registries can’t improve computer’s speed. This can be achieved by eliminating thousands of bad registries and files that are left after you install and then uninstall programs from your computer. By the way, this program may display questionable errors for encouraging you to purchase its full version, so it’s always recommended double-checking its notifications.
How can System Speed Up appear on my computer?
System Speed Up can be downloaded from various download sites or via alert messages that report about computer issues and then offer checking the system for free. If you were encouraged to check your computer for registry errors and similar issues, stay away from such ads because they may trick you into installing a program that seeks only to make you pay for its license. Remember, such programs as System SpeedUp can hardly detect ALL registry errors. Yes, they can detect several hundreds of them but their elimination won’t have a clear effect on your PC’s speed. That’s why we recommend you to think twice before purchasing System SpeedUp. In order to remove it from the system, follow a guide, which is given below:
How to remove System Speed Up?
To sum up, this program can hardly pose harm to your computer. However, it may enter it unnoticed and then initiate various unwanted and annoying activities that are used for making the money. If you don’t want to spend your money on a questionable program, you should stay away its ads. In order to uninstall System Speed Up, we recommend using these steps:
- Click Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program.
- When in the Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program and look for System Speed Up.
- Click ‘Uninstall’ and then OK to save the changes.
After uninstalling this program, you should also scan your computer with updated anti-spyware and make sure that your computer is free of suspicious applications. For that we recommend using Reimage or Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus.