You must have opened this page because you want to remove Healer Console from your system. This application is categorized as potentially unwanted program (PUP). It means that the application is not a malicious computer infection, but it could have been installed on your PC accidentally when you downloaded some other program. It is not recommended to keep programs on your PC if you are not using them, especially as their functionalities are highly questionable. To get rid of this program, scroll down to the bottom of this article where you will find the manual removal instructions.
If you downloaded Healer Console from its official website, you probably want to have it, and this article is not for you. However, if the application suddenly popped up on your screen seemingly out of nowhere, you need to run a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner to check your system’s status. The fact that you have one unwanted application means that there is a chance you have several others, too. PUPs, adware, and other undesirable pieces of software often travel together, so you have to take that into consideration.
You must have downloaded Healer Console accidentally when you were looking for some other program. The point is that freeware apps often come bundled together, especially if you download them from third-party sources. Downloading programs from their original websites would prevent undesirable installations. You should also be more attentive when you install apps because the installation wizards tend to inform you about the additional programs you are about to set up on your PC. But if you breeze through the set up automatically, without even bothering to check out specific notifications, then it is no surprise the likes of Healer Console manage to get into your system.
As mentioned, Healer Console has its own website via systemhealer.com. Consequently, the program is just another version of the System Healer application. This tool is also a PUP that promises to improve your system’s performance. We believe that users often end up using such applications to speed up their computers, but computer security experts often point out that such optimization tools are hardly reliable. Not to mention that Healer Console does not even give you the chance of free trial: after the full system scan it requires you to purchase the program’s license to fix the detected errors. For example, this is the notification we received after we tested the application on a clean computer:
373 unwanted items are affecting your system’s health.
Your system may be at risk according to the last System Scan.
When a program comes with such intimidating news, it is only natural that quite a few users feel the need to purchase the full version and get rid of the “unwanted items.” However, it is very unlikely that the scan results are real, as these programs are often more about the money rather than protection.
If you need the actual report on your system’s status, acquire a legitimate antispyware tool from its official website and scan your PC with it. As far as Healer Console is concerned, it would be for the best to uninstall it and avoid it in the future.
Windows 10 & Windows 8.1
Windows Vista & Windows 7