Wise System Mechanic is not what it seems to be at first glance, so if you cannot decide whether or not to install it on the system, we can help you – do not do that by any means. Of course, not all users download it from the web themselves. Some people find it installed on their computers without their knowledge. Even though Wise System Mechanic is presented as a PC optimization tool that can improve the system’s performance to a great extent and enable users to manage system issues easier, we cannot confirm that it is useful software because we have not tried upgrading it. We are sure about one thing – its free version works as a diagnostic tool only. We do not think that it is a very good idea to purchase the license of the program that is considered a potentially unwanted program, but you are the one who can make decisions here. If you decide not to spend your money on it, you should not keep it installed either because it will become active once you turn on your computer and your Windows OS loads up, it will get updates periodically, and, finally, it will keep showing pop-up in the system tray in order to convince you to purchase the license. We are sure you will find this extremely annoying sooner or later.
Wise System Mechanic is promoted as a PC optimization tool. At first glance, it looks decent software because it looks like an ordinary PC optimizer. Also, it starts scanning the system right away once users install it. Then, it lists all issues it manages to find. These are various malicious applications, system performance issues, Startup/Uninstall issues, etc. Users can see how many issues have been found, but they cannot fix them if they use a free version of Wise System Mechanic. Once they click the Start Repair button to do that, they get a message claiming that they need to upgrade the program if they want it to fix detected issues. The license of this PC optimization tool costs 23.95 EUR, but the price might vary depending on the user’s location. If we were you, we would not upgrade this program even though it looks beneficial because it is unclear whether its full version could improve the performance of your computer. On top of that, as you already know, it has been put under the potentially unwanted software category, which shows that it is not fully reliable software.
Some users download Wise System Mechanic willingly from the web, whereas others do not know anything about its installation on their computers, which suggests that it might infiltrate users’ computers without permission. Most probably, it is spread together with third-party applications that can be downloaded for free from the web. Bundling is a common method used to distribute suspicious applications, so if you keep your system unprotected, the chances are high that you will find new undesirable software on your computer soon. It is impossible not to notice the installation of Wise System Mechanic even though it can infiltrate PCs without the users’ knowledge because it installs itself to %PROGRAMFILES% (or %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%). On top of that, you will find it listed in Control Panel.
If you are not going to upgrade Wise System Mechanic, i.e. purchase its license, you should not keep it installed on your system. If you do not erase it, it will start working on system startup, and you will see annoying pop-ups on your screen from time to time. The removal of this potentially unwanted application will not be something extremely difficult, so do not postpone this. You could delete this undesirable program through Control Panel. We recommend that you follow our step-by-step instructions provided below if you do not know where to start. Also, you should know that you can erase all undesirable programs from your system with an automated malware remover. Of course, acquiring it will be your first task.