Sometimes, even if a program you are dealing with is legitimate you may not want to have it on your computer. For example, some users consider PC HealthBoost a potentially unwanted program, because they do not trust PC HealthBoost to repair parts of your system and to solve a number of potential problems. However, there is nothing dangerous about PC HealthBoost and if you want to uninstall this program simply access Windows Control Panel and remove the application manually. If you think that there might be other potential threats on your computer, run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner.
PC HealthBoost is available for download at the official website at pchealthboost.com. It may also be downloaded at a number of other websites that distribute software, for example, softnotic.com or cnet.com. The program is compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows 8 operating systems. The main page at the official website says that this program automatically restore your PC health, and the free version of the program can repair file associations and font entries, as well as allowing you to remove startup programs.
Just like most of the computer optimization programs out there, PC HealthBoost comes with a premium version as well, that also fixes registry errors and even comes with a 60-day guarantee. For example, if you are constantly bothered by annoying error messages, slow startups and exe problems PC HealthBoost says it can fix it all if only to opt for purchasing the full version of the program.
Take note that when you install PC HealthBoost on your computer, it comes bundled with PC backup which is yet another system optimization application. You can choose not to install PC backup, so even if PC HealthBoost could be blamed for distributing unwanted applications, it is still up to you whether you choose to install them or not.
Hence, claims that PC HealthBoost is a dangerous application are groundless. If you think that the program is exhibiting intrusive behavior by suggesting you to purchase the full version, then you can easily terminate it via Control Panel. In fact, if you have installed PC HealthBoost accidentally, you can simply remove it, just like any other legitimate program.
Windows Vista & Windows 7