Remove Complete System Care
What is Complete System Care
Complete System Care is yet another potentially unwanted program (PUP), pretending to be a system optimization tool for Windows computers. There are plenty of these kinds of programs, and they’re all trying to trick users into believing that their computers are full of issues that only said programs can solve. Complete System Care will claim that hundreds if not thousands of issues are slowing down your computer, and in order to fix them you need to purchase the full version of the program. Acquiring the paid version would be a mistake because the detected issues are most likely fake, a trick to persuade you. The detected problems either don’t exist at all or a very minor, thus have no effect on your computer. Instead of buying it, we recommend you uninstall Complete System Care.
It’s very likely that you do not remember installing the program, and that is because PUPs often use software bundling to install. This is a method that allows unwanted programs like adware and hijackers to be added to free programs as additional offers. If users do not manually deselect those offers, they install alongside the freeware.
How do PUPs install?
Fake system optimization tools that are classified as PUPs are usually attached to popular free programs as optional offers. While they are optional most users end up installing them because they are not aware of them being there in the first place. Most commonly, users use Default settings when installing freeware, and those settings hide all added offers. Since they are preselected by default, they are permitted to install alongside the freeware. To avoid these unwanted installations, users need to opt for Advanced (Custom) settings. Those settings will make the offers visible and allow users to deselect them. Users only need to uncheck the boxes of those offers to prevent the installations.
By carelessly installing programs from all kinds of sources, users end up filling their computers with junk programs which clog the devices and negatively affect their performance. Opting for Advanced settings and unchecking a few boxes takes seconds, while uninstalling programs would take much longer.
Should you remove Complete System Care
Whether you keep the program installed or get rid of it is your decision. However, you should be aware that the program is trying to trick you into making unnecessary purchases. Thus, before you make a decision, you need to familiarize yourself with all the facts.
As soon as the program installs, it will start showing you notifications about issues on your computer. The program will claim to have scanned your device, which resulted in numerous issues being detected. The program will likely display scan results with hundreds of issues, a tactic to pressure you into buying the full program. To solve the detected issues, the program requests that the user first buy the full version of the program.
Making users buy the full program before being able to use it to its full capabilities is not an unusual practice by itself. Loads of legitimate and safe programs do that. However, the issue with Complete System Care is that it shows fake scan results to influence a user’s decision. If you were to take a closer look at the results, you may realize that they are not as serious as they are made out to be. Some of them may not even exist in the first place.
In general, it’s debatable whether you actually need to have a system optimizer (Microsoft actually discourages from using optimizers with registry cleaner functionality), but if you think your computer will benefit from such a program, there are legitimate and safe options available.
Complete System Care removal
The easiest way to delete Complete System Care would be to use anti-spyware software. This method is particularly recommended for users who have little experience with computers, as the program would do everything.