OnePCOptimizer is a potentially unwanted program, but it is more malicious and unreliable that your regular PUP. This program can be installed silently, and it can introduce fictitious warnings making it difficult to use your operating system without being disturbed. Regular potentially unwanted programs are the tools that do not work as well as they should or that have functions that users are unaware of. While OnePCOptimizer does not pretend to be something else, we recommend removing it because it does not work as a reliable optimizer either. In fact, your operating system is likely to slow down, and your virtual security is likely to fall at risk if you do not delete OnePCOptimizer from your PC.
If you trust the official information provided at onepcoptimizer.com, OnePCOptimizer is supposed to speed up your operating system, delete junk files, clean your operating system, and protect your PC – whatever that means. Our research team can guarantee you that OnePCOptimizer is incapable of ensuring the security of your operating system, and it does not work as a beneficial system optimizer either. In fact, this program crashes, and, when it works, it introduces fictitious warnings, like the one below. The objective is to make you want to purchase the full version of OnePCOptimizer for 19.99 USD. Even if you do not decide this for yourself, the people working at the allegedly toll-free helpline (1-800-986-6391) might try to change your mind.
“CLUSTER ERRORS DETECTED” HARD DRIVE MAY NOT WORK PROPERLY
BSOD: BLUE SCREEN ERROR 0x000000CE
Virus Found: Trojan “KeyLogger.exe”
The developer of OnePCOptimizer is Isecure Software LLC, and it is likely that it is responsible for Win PC Optimizer as well, considering that both of these potentially unwanted programs are identical. Regardless of how attractive these programs might be, you must remove them from your operating system if you do not want to be tricked into purchasing completely worthless software. Before we start discussing the removal of OnePCOptimizer, it is imperative that we talk about other infections that could have beleaguered your operating system. As mentioned previously, this program could be installed in a silent manner. If that happens, it is almost guaranteed that you need to delete a malicious Trojan. If you have downloaded the PUP in a package, your might have to remove other kinds of threats. Inspect your computer with a legitimate malware scanner to see which programs you need to remove.
Hopefully, OnePCOptimizer is the only threat that requires removal. If it is not, you should think about installing and using an automated malware remover. Even experienced users might have issues with the removal of Trojans and other malicious threats. Even the removal of OnePCOptimizer is complex if you do not know what you are doing. First, you need to uninstall this program, and we represent this process via the removal guide below. Second, you need to remove all files in the DataFile directory under %ALLUSERPROFILE%. We are sure that you will be able to get rid of this potentially unwanted program yourself, but, if you have questions, you can contact us for further help. Simply enter your questions into the comment box below.
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