Global System Mechanic is a new questionable application that claims to make your PC run faster beyond your wildest imagination. To be frank, we are quite skeptical when we find a new PC optimizer and cleaner with such claims. As a matter of fact, we have labeled this new software as a potentially unwanted program, or PUP. We have found that this PUP is actually identical to Wise System Mechanic and Universal PC Mechanic. It is important to know that these optimizers are usually good for nothing really. This PUP may show you hundreds of issues found on your system; however, there is no guarantee that all of these can be trusted. In fact, such optimizers tend to display fake results just to scare you enough to want to pay for the full version since the free one does not really do anything. We recommend that you remove Global System Mechanic from your computer because it is a useless program that may also bring other unwanted programs or even malware infections on board.
You can officially download this PUP from its promotional webpage, wisesystemtools.com. This page looks totally fine, just like in the case of most other similar programs. You may even believe that this is useful program by visiting this page and reading the promotional materials. However, you should always search the web first and find out what other users and malware experts say about the application you want to download. In this case, for example, you could be surprised to find that most hits on the first search results page are about how to remove Global System Mechanic as a PUP.
Unfortunately, this application can also be found in free software bundles. It seems that currently it mostly spreads with legitimate programs, but this can change any time really. You need to be prepared whenever you install bundles because they may contain malware infections as well, including adware programs, Trojans, fake alerts, browser hijackers, and more. The installers can be very tricky and deceptive so that you install the whole package by default. This is why it is important to choose the custom installation option when possible. It is also worth reading the license agreement because it may contain important information about browser setting changes, additional programs to be installed as well as policies regarding privacy issues and third parties. If you do not want to infect your computer with such bundles, you need to stay away from suspicious file-sharing, gaming, betting, dating, and video streaming websites as these are the most likely places that promote such bundles. One click on the wrong third-party ad can result in a bundle on your system. We suggest that after you delete Global System Mechanic, you run a trustworthy malware scanner to find all other questionable programs as well.
This software was created to clean your system in order to make it run faster. In fact, the creators claim that you will have an "unexceptional" level of PC performance after using this PUP. We beg to differ and we doubt that any PC optimizer can actually do that. As far as we know, even Microsoft does not support such programs. In reality, this application may delete useless registry entries and temporary files from your system. However, this will not make your system run any faster; at least, not at a rate that you could measure or notice. It is possible that this PUP shows you hundreds of issues on your system, but there is no guarantee that these results are trustworthy at all. The free version does not do anything else other than listing the scan results. If you want to fix the alleged issues, you have to buy the full version. We recommend that you delete Global System Mechanic, though, and find a proper program that can protect your system against such potential threats as well as malicious attacks.
Finally, we have good news for you: It is really simple to delete Global System Mechanic from your computer. If you follow our guide below, you can be done in a minute. Please note that this will not clean your whole system. In fact, this PUP may be the least of your worries. Thus, we advise you to install a reliable anti-malware program like SpyHunter. Of course, you can try to become a more cautious web surfer, too, but even that may not save you from certain cyber attacks. It is also essential that you keep all your programs up-to-date if you want to avoid cyber criminals exploiting out of date software bugs to gain access to your system.
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