Advanced Disk Recovery is a data recovery program that was developed by Systweak. It is categorized as a potentially unwanted program because of the fact that it is distributed bundled to other applications without clearly disclosing about, so most of the users are surprised to see it running on their computers out of nowhere. If that happened to you or you have installed Advanced Disk Recovery by mistake, you should remove it from your system.
The application suggest performing a scan on your computer and you can choose whether you want a Quick of Deep scan. Once the scan finishes, the program offers recovering multiple items at once. However, if you want to do it, you will have to pay $39.99 for a full version of Advanced Disk Recovery. Although the program doesn’t force you to pay anything and you can quit it with no problems, the fact that it is installed to computers bundled to other software doesn’t make it as of a good reputation application. If you have no intentions to use such tools, you should never find them on your computer out of nowhere.
Computer users should pay more attention to what they are installing to their system and refuse additional downloads if any are offered during the installation of freeware. This way you will protect your computer from many unwanted applications. You should never keep any programs that you are not using, so if you have no intentions to use this data recovery tool, remove Advanced Disk Recovery once you detect it.
Go to to Control Panel. On Windows XP/Vista/7 go to Start -> Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs. Look for Advanced Disk Recovery on the list of programs and uninstall 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.
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