Smart System Care is not a beneficial program, and its promises to enhance your system’s performance are bogus. According to the official information, this app can detect adware, malware, and security issues that are slowing down your operating system. This is why users let this potentially unwanted program in. Have you installed this PUP along with other questionable programs? It is very possible that you have because an official installer does not exist, which means that it is most likely that third-party installers are involved. Though legitimate pieces of software could be offered along with the PUP, malware could be bundled along with this threat as well. A legitimate malware scanner can be used to inspect your operating system for malicious threats, and we recommend using it as soon as possible. If more serious threats are found, remove them first, but remember that deleting Smart System Care is also important. To learn all about this suspicious potentially unwanted program, keep reading.
Do you trust Smart System Care to erase malware and elements that are allegedly slowing down your computer? If you do, you have been tricked into thinking that this potentially unwanted program is useful and reliable. It is neither. Once the PUP is installed, it immediately initiates a scan that allegedly can reveal existing issues. The scanner usually lists “Security Threats” and “Registry Issues,” and you should pay no attention to them. The researchers working in our internal lab warn that the issues this scanner detects are no issues at all. For example, the PUP might identify WinRar as a threat, and we know it is no threat. Also, harmless registry keys could be identified as issues. Overall, Smart System Care identifies “problems” that you can fix yourself. For example, you can delete temporary files manually, and you do not even need to be experienced. Furthermore, the “issues” that this PUP supposedly fixes are unlikely to have anything to do with your system’s performance. Therefore, investing in this PUP is a complete waste of your money.
You are introduced to the payment once you click the “Start Repair” button at the top of the scan. A supposedly “Special Price” of 23.95 EUR might be offered, but this price is likely to be set, and the discount is likely to be used only to trick you into thinking that you should take the offer while you can. As we have already established, paying money for the services represented by Smart System Care is a waste, and so you should not get involved. If you have paid already, we suggest using the “60 Days Money Back Guarantee” that the PUP promises. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that you will get your money back. If you end up communicating with parties associated with Smart System Care, you have to be very careful so as not to be scammed into installing other programs or paying for useless services. Needless to say, once you get rid of the PUP, you have to become more careful because there are plenty of other analogous apps that are just as useless, including Advanced-PCFixer, System Healer, and many others.
If you still think that Smart System Care is a harmless program that offers beneficial services, you should contact us via the comments section below so that we could address your questions. If you understand that this potentially unwanted program must be deleted because it demands money for useless services, you need to choose the removal method that fits you best. As mentioned already, scanning your operating system is important. If dangerous malware is found, installing anti-malware software is recommended. If you use this software, you will have Smart System Care removed as well. Furthermore, you will have your operating system protected against malware, and that is very important. If you are sure that you can erase the threat manually, use the guide below, but do not forget that this guide is not universal, and other threats potentially active on you operating system might require a different approach.
Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Windows 8/Windows 10: