If you want to optimize your system efficiently and significantly, Limited PCAP is not a tool that will assist you. It does promise some amazing things, but it simply cannot deliver. And that is because, most likely, it was not intended to help Windows users in the first place. Most likely, this program was created to make money and, perhaps, also to drop malicious files onto targeted systems. How do we know this? Our research team has analyzed the suspicious program – which, by the way, is also recognized as PC Accelerate Pro – and we now know how to works. If you are still researching it, we have information that will help you understand this PUP (potentially unwanted program) better. If you have it installed already, we suggest that you remove it without any hesitation. To ensure that you delete Limited PCAP smoothly and quickly, we offer a few tips that will help you along the way.
So, how did you install Limited PCAP? If you do not remember installing the application, but it is now scanning your system and showing you intimidating warnings, you have to consider the possibility that your system is vulnerable and can be penetrated by unwanted installers without your permission. Of course, it is most likely that you either downloaded it using an unreliable installer or you found it on pcacceleratepro.com and pcaccel.com. These websites are identical. When it comes to unreliable installers, it is important to note that Limited PCAP could be packaged along with other PUPs or even malicious threats. Therefore, you must not skip a full system scan. If you have not performed it yet, do it as soon as possible. And if you downloaded the application from the, what we assume to be, the official website, you might have been convinced that it can be helpful and that there are plenty of users who enjoy it. The thing is that reviews and features can be exaggerated or even fabricated, and so it is never a good idea to focus on official promotion alone.
After installation, Limited PCAP can be found in %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\limitedpcap, and, according to our researchers, an updater process associated with this program can download malware to the user’s computer. This might be the number-one reason to remove Limited PCAP from your system and also perform a full system scan to check for additional threats. What about the benefits of the tool? Were you convinced that it can backup files, update old registry files, speed up performance, free up hard drive space, delete unwanted files, and also ensure efficient “system-wide performance?” If you were, perhaps you have already agreed to register and pay for the PUP’s services. At the time of research, users were asked $39.90 for a tool that, basically, is more likely to endanger your system rather than optimize it. Obviously, if you have not paid for this service yet, we strongly recommend that you do not do it. There are plenty of tools and services that are much more worthy of your investments.
Windows users can remove Limited PCAP manually by uninstalling the undesirable application. No leftovers of it should be left behind, but remember that other threats might have been dropped. So, if you are going to delete the PUP manually, you must scan your system before and afterward to, first, identify threats and, second, check if you have removed them all successfully. You can cut corners with a trusted anti-malware program. This is the kind of program that can both clean and protect, and while it might be most helpful at this moment because it can automatically delete all threats, in the long run, it can provide reliable full-time protection. Without such protection, your operating system is left weak and vulnerable, and if you have no interest in getting it infected by dangerous malware, you must secure it as soon as possible.