PC Guard 360 should fix invalid registry errors and improve the performance of your computer; however, it is simply incapable of doing that. Liveresolve Technologies Pvt Ltd. is a company based in India that is responsible for this PUP (potentially unwanted program), and it uses liveresolvesoft.com to introduce it. This website does not hide the fact their product costs money; however, you have to scroll down to see this, and not all users are cautious. Some click the “Download now” button expecting this program to fix errors and improve performance right away. Users who are somewhat skeptical could be tricked by the “Microsoft Gold Certified Partner” badge that is displayed on the download page. The attractive promises and dubious credentials are what tricks users into downloading the program that we actually recommend removing. Learn more about the removal in this report.
The full version of PC Guard 360 costs from 11.99 to 29.99 USD, depending on the duration of the license. Although the lifetime license might seem attractive, we can assure you that you do not want this program on your computer even for one day. This supposedly legitimate registry optimization tool is a worthless piece of software that was created only to get your money. Sure, the scanner reports issued by this program might seem intimidating, but we have tested this program, and we have found that it mainly shows TEMP files, as well as empty registries. Yes, you can delete these files and registries, but that does not mean that you need a costly tool for that. Unfortunately, this PUP is unlikely to be effective when it comes to the identification and removal of really problematic files or registries. Due to this, we call PC Guard 360 a scam program, and we suggest deleting it as soon as you can.
The interface of the PUP's scanner is supported by messages that you might be introduced to when interacting with this program. Here is an example.
You have Errors on Your Computer
You have remaining errors. If you exit without activating first your errors will not be repaired. It is highly recommended that you activate Pc Guard 360 to completely repair all remaining errors.
Additionally, the scanner recommends calling 1-800-986-4152. This supposedly toll-free number is meant to help you solve any issues and find answers to any of your questions. We do not advise contacting this number because it could be used to trick you into wasting money on a useless tool or possibly even disclose sensitive information. Ignoring this PUP is also impossible. First of all, you cannot stop the scan, even when an option is provided, and when you close the interface after denying the “help” via several different warnings, the scanner will pop up again after some time continuously forcing you to fix issues; i.e., purchase the licensed version of the PUP. As you must realize, you should delete the PUP instead of investing in it.
PC Guard 360 is partially installed under C:\Users\user\AppData\Local with two different folders: backup (empty) and tmp (holds empty files). Additionally, this program creates several tasks under C:\Windows\System32\Tasks. If you decide to remove these files, you will also need to delete registry entries, and this part of the removal process is a little more complicated. Fortunately, if you uninstall this PUP first, you will not need to worry about the leftovers in the Windows Registry. The list of files that you need to delete from your operating system after the uninstall is shown below. If you are scared that you will mess things up, you also have the option to install automated malware detection and removal software. Keep in mind that there are plenty of unreliable programs that pretend to act as beneficial removers/security tools. If you install this software, or, worse, invest in it, you will have more issues to deal with.
Have you removed PC Guard 360 successfully? Congratulations if you have. If you still have issues, post a comment below, and we will try to help you as soon as possible. Now, all you need to do is eliminate the remaining infections and protect your operating system to ensure that other computer threats and potentially unwanted programs could not slither in again. We do not want to discourage you from manual removal, but it is wise to trust appropriate tools when it comes to Windows protection.
Delete from Windows 10:
Delete from Windows 8.1 or Windows 8:
Delete from Windows 7 and Windows Vista:
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete these files: