RobustCleaner is not as useful as you think. This PC optimizer has joined the club of unreliable, fictitious optimizers that also includes such infamous programs as Super System Optimizer, Disk Optimizer Pro, and MPC Cleaner. Just like most fake optimizers, this one is classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and that already says a lot. PUPs are generally useless and unreliable, and no user should trust a PUP. The good news is you are reading this report, which means that soon you will know all that you need to know about this strange program. We have created this report after analyzing this fake system optimizer, and we know exactly how it works. If you continue reading, you will learn how to delete RobustCleaner, as well as why the removal of this program is important.
Robustcleaner.com is the site that was set up by the creators of RobustCleaner. Unfortunately, this is not the only source for this unreliable program. As we found out, this PUP could be introduced by third-party installers as well, and that is bad news. Third-party installers can be used to spread other programs that could be malicious. Have you found advertising-supported software, other PUPs, or more dangerous threats installed along with this strange program? Keep in mind that malware could hide, which is why it is important to implement a good, reliable malware scanner to inspect your operating system. A full system scan takes only a few minutes, and it can save you from a lot of trouble. If you do not know which scanner to use, click the Download button and install a scanner that will reliably inspect your PC for free.
The official website representing RobustCleaner states that this program can optimize your operating system, as well as remove activity logs, temp files, and the so-called unnecessary bulk data. These promises are completely empty, and you should not pay attention to them. If you install this program, it might delete some temp files, but you should not rely on it to offer beneficial services. On top of that, you will be asked to pay money for these useless services. Depending on the subscription type you choose, you will pay from $29.99 up to $139.99. Needless to say, we do not recommend investing in this unreliable system optimizer. This PUP can install additional malware and expose you to misleading pop-up advertisements, and paying for its services would be completely foolish. Needless to say, if you encounter suspicious pop-ups after you install this fake optimizer, you need to ignore them.
If you have installed RobustCleaner along with other infections, you have to make sure you eliminate them as well. In fact, depending on what kind of software slithers in, you might have to delete other threats first. This potentially unwanted program can be dangerous but mostly when you interact with it. Unfortunately, tracking cookies, keyloggers, Trojans, and other malicious threats that could easily be active on your operating system at the same time can perform malicious activity without any interaction. Of course, if this kind of malware exists, you ought to install a reliable anti-malware tool to eliminate all threats. Deleting these malicious threats manually could take a lot of time, and it is unlikely that all users would succeed. The good news is that once you install a reliable anti-malware tool, you will not need to fear the attacks of other malicious threats.
Have you found that you only need to remove RobustCleaner from your operating system? If this is the case, you can choose one of the two manual removal methods. You can uninstall this program, which is the easy route, or you can delete the components associated with this PUP using the instructions below. If you choose the latter option, make sure you perform all steps with caution; otherwise, you will make mistakes, and your attempts to eliminate this threat will be unavailing. You have to be particularly careful when deleting keys in the Registry Editor. All in all, if you make sure you perform every step with caution, we are sure that the next system scan will come clean unless other threats are active. Please post a comment below if you have questions about the removal process.