Computer users can download AllPCOptimizer by themselves from allpcoptimizer.com; however, our research shows that this potentially unwanted program is usually installed illegally. Unfortunately, this program is associated with clandestine Trojans that can download it without your permission. This means that you might have to delete AllPCOptimizer along with more malicious infections. If Trojans are not responsible for the infiltration of this PUP, it might have been hidden within a fake update. In either case, it is likely that third-party programs will be infiltrated as well. Whether you need to remove one PUP or an array of different infections, this report will help you clean your Windows operating system. If you find that some of you questions are not answered in this report, you can post them in the comments box below.
AllPCOptimizer is not the only program that can use the clandestine security backdoors to enter your PC and that works in malicious ways. In fact, this potentially unwanted program has several clones, including Win PC Optimizer and OnePCOptimizer. These infections deserve removal, and you can check the removal guides that were created after analyzing them to learn why, or you can use the information provided in this article. After all, these potentially unwanted programs are identical. For one, none of them works as a legitimate system optimizer. Although AllPCOptimizer promises to remove junk files and serve in other beneficial ways, our researchers can guarantee that this PUP is worthless. In fact, the attractive services are introduced to you only so that you would agree to pay 19.99 USD which is requested upon registration.
What happens if you pay for AllPCOptimizer? If you do, the misleading notifications and warnings will seize popping up. Unfortunately, the information you disclose when making a transaction, including your full name and credit card information, will fall into the hands of AllPCOptimizer developers, a.k.a., schemers. If you do not rush with the payment, you will be bombarded with fake warnings stating that your security might be at risk. These bogus warnings will also push you to call 1-800-311-5943, a supposedly toll free helpline that is meant to help you contact Windows technicians. Of course, this is another scam, and another reason to remove AllPCOptimizer from your operating system.
There is no time to waste when it comes to the removal of AllPCOptimizer, primarily because other threats are likely to be active as well. Do you know how to delete this PUP, Trojans, and other potentially active threats? If you do not, is it not best to use automated malware detection and removal software? If you think you can delete AllPCOptimizer and the malicious programs associated with it manually, follow the guide below. First, remove the malicious files. Note that they could hide in a folder named “WinPCOptimizer.” Next, remove the DataFile directory that is responsible for showing the misleading warnings. Once you get rid of the PUP, immediately tackle the remaining malware. If you are not sure which programs you need to delete from your vulnerable operating system, employ a trusted malware scanner.