PC Health Plan is prone to false positives. We have tested the program on absolutely clean machine, which was never infected with spyware, viruses and any other pests. However, PC Health Plan managed to detect 2 adware parasites including Xupiter and iWon. Further analysis revealed that the sporder.dll file recognized as iWon, actually is an essential Windows component known as “WinSock 2 reorder service providers”. It is used by most of installed programs and therefore must not be deleted. Its removal may cause system and software malfunction and frequent instability issues. Although sporder.dll might be related to certain parasites, in our case it was not infected. Another harmless object wrongly associated with a parasite (this time, Xupiter) was C:\Program Files\Common Files\GTK\2.0\lib\locale\sq directory installed and used by GTK toolkit-based open source applications such as Gaim, an instant messenger. Take a screenshot provided below.
Differently from spyware parasites, PC Health Plan detects system errors and unnecessary objects just fine. However, none of them can be fixed using the program’s free version. It refuses to do anything without the activation, i.e. purchase. See another screenshot.
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Although PC Health Plan performed quite well detecting system errors and temporary files, we CANNOT recommend this product.