The PC Speed Up 2016 program is considered as a rogue despite the claims about being legit system optimizer. This program is supposed to clean your computer and speed it up, instead of that, it shows you bogus results and makes you buy a license. There are hundreds of programs like that on the internet and keeping inside this kind of application may cause a lot of troubles.
How PC Speed Up 2016 program installs? The answer to this question is simple. First of all, this program has its own official website where it is being advertised as a legit software, most users just downloading it manually and install on their own, not knowing what they are installing. But besides that, such system optimizers often using other programs to be installed along with them. Developers are wrapping the installation with some freeware that can be downloaded by anyone from suspicious and shady websites.
How does PC Speed Up 2016 get into my system?
Once the system is infected by PC Speed Up 2016 program, you will see that it\`s performing a scan of your system. At the end of the scanning process, you will see fake results with detected items that are not on your computer at all. It will offer you to fix these errors, but first, you will have to but a license to unlock all functions of the program. This kind of scam is a common behavior for rogue programs.
Along with this, PC Speed Up 2016 will also show you various pop-up windows that will annoy you a lot. Be advised that your computer may be infected with several programs along with PC Speed Up 2016. This is why you should remove it and check your computer with a proper removal tool, that was designed to detect such threats. Follow the removal instruction for more information.
Removal tool for PC Speed Up 2016:
What is PUP? The term “Potentially Unwanted Program” was created to spread special type of virus what user often download it. Such app often looks like legitimate program, but can harm computer with hidden functions.
Often, such PUPs are adware program what will display different pop-ups ads and banner ads on every page what you visit. Such ads can be really different from simple coupons and sales to last hot news. You will see really interesting thing what will aim you to clicks on the ad and the creators will get their pay-per-click revenue. You will notice if you PC infected with PUPs, there are common things that will appear with this infection:
We highly recommend to remove such ads from your compiter, so follow the guide bellow and remove it!
Automatic removal instructions:
- Scan your system with GridinSoft Anti-Malware and click on “Apply” at the end of scan:
- Shut down all your browsers.
- In GridinSoft Anti-Malware click on “Tools” and select “Reset browser settings“:
- Specify all your browsers you want to be reset with the help of GridinSoft Anti-Malware, then click on Reset” button again:
- Restart your computer.
The GridinSoft Anti-Malware will scan your computer and web browser for the Potentially Unwanted Program dangerous files, malicious browser extensions and registry keys, that may have been installed on your computer without your knowledge.
Video explaining how to reset your browser using GridinSoft Anti-Malware:
How to prevent your PC from being reinfected with PC Speed Up 2016 in the future.
GridinSoft Anti-Malware offers excellent solution which may help to prevent your system from being contaminated with malware ahead of time. This feature is referred to as “On-Run Protection”. By default, it is disabled once you install the software. To enable it, please click on “Protect” button and press “Start” as demonstrated below:
This options helps you to prevent execution of malicious programs and to avoid their installation ahead of time. When certain malware tries to install itself into your system, GridinSoft Anti-Malware and its On-Run Protection module will terminate this installation attempt ahead of time. You may click on “Confirm” button to continue blocking this malicious program, or to select “Ignore this file” and allow the malicious application to be installed (at your own risk):