eFix is a program based on the Reimage Repair engine. It pretends to be a very useful PC optimization tool. If you read the information provided on its official website efix.com, you will notice that this program promises to help prevent PC freezing and crashing, reduce system problems, and boost your PC’s performance. Unfortunately, it does not seem that it is worth trusting its promises. Our researchers have found out that this program has many errors, which means that it will not act as it promises. In addition, it might not do anything beneficial unless you upgrade it. We do not think that you should spend money on such suspicious programs, so we recommend that you remove eFix from the system and acquire a more trustworthy PC optimization tool instead of it.
eFix will scan your system the moment you install it and then will provide you with a list of system problems. If you decide to fix those programs, you will soon find out that it is impossible to do that. It is because eFix requires that you upgrade it. The program is rather expensive and it is unknown whether it will work as it should, so we recommend that you do not invest in it. If you decide to keep it even if you are not going to upgrade it, you should know that there is a slight possibility that it will display some kind of advertisements. In addition, it will launch together with Windows all the time.
This potentially unwanted application might have entered your system without your permission even if it has an official website. Thus, if you cannot remember downloading it yourself, it is very likely that it has used an unfair tactic to slither onto your PC. There are many untrustworthy programs on the web and you might download them rather easily. Do you want to protect your computer from various suspicious applications? If so, make sure that you install an antimalware tool on the system and surf the web attentively.
You should delete eFix no matter you have upgraded it or not because this program is untrustworthy. Luckily, it seems that you will be able to fully delete it via Control Panel. Use our manual removal instructions (see below) if you do not know how to do that or you can simply scan your PC with SpyHunter or another trustworthy tool. Actually, the reliable tool will not only remove threats, but will also protect PC from various future infections that might try to enter your system.
Windows 7 and Vista