System SpeedUp - How To Remove?
System SpeedUp is a legitimate registry cleaner that is distributed using sneaky tactics which makes this program a Potentially Unwanted Application. At first sight it may look as a valuable free program. Even if some users find it useful it is not for free in any case. It can be misleading as there is a button that says “Free Download” on the tool’s official download page. If you want to use it for free you will be able to only scan your PC and detect various system errors. In order to fix them you will be asked to pay $29.95 and purchase a full version of System SpeedUp. Moreover, in order to earn more money the creators behind this tool intend to show users fake or not serious problems that do not require fixing at all. During the purchase you will be forced to share your personal info like credit card information or your postal address so think twice before paying for it.
It’s developed by Systweak Software – a company which is known for owning such a software as PC Cleaner or Advanced Disk Recovery. These programs were developed to boost your computer performance too. System SpeedUp is not a completely useless program – in some cases it can be used to detect threats and you can delete them using other anti-malware software. However I do not recommend using it, as there are plenty free ones.
The real problem is that System SpeedUp is pushed as a recommended software during the uninstall process of Regclean Pro and other Systweak software. I think this is a deceptive tactics and such programs should never be trusted.
After people learn that this software is not free many of them try to avoid or get rid of it. That’s why it can be listed as a PUP (potentially unwanted program). If you are one of them and want to remove this registry cleaner from your computer, simply follow our tutorial.
Go to to Control Panel. On Windows XP/Vista/7 go to Start -> Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs. Look for System SpeedUp on the list of programs and uninstall it from there. Scanning with Anti-Malware programs like Spyhunter or Malwarebytes Anti-Malware might also be useful to make sure you have no unwanted programs on your computer.