Max Computer Cleaner is an unreliable security program. The tool is presented as an application which can keep your PC safe and clean by deleting potentially dangerous and unnecessary files. The application is supposed to be able to delete junk files, resolve Com and Active X issues, and help the system recover from internal errors. Although the program is promoted as being free to use, it will only do its scans for free. To have it clean the system of any unwanted files or remove errors, you will have to purchase its full version. Although legitimate programs have the same terms, Max Computer Cleaner does not provide reliable services. The program gets installed without your approval to begin with. The results the scans return do not reflect actual system errors. Max Computer Cleaner cannot find an internal problem or locate an unreliable program on your computer. Research has shown that the cleaner can cause problems to your PC itself. It can help undesired extensions, toolbars, and other applications get installed. The tool has been categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). You should delete Max Computer Cleaner as soon as you spot it on your computer.
How did Max Computer Cleaner get access to my machine?
A good piece of evidence that confirms Max Computer Cleaner is not a reliable program is the lack of an official website. The tool is not even promoted on a platform of its own, let alone available for download. If you look for Max Computer Cleaner on software distribution websites, you will see that it is not featured. This is really peculiar, considering the full version of the software is a paid application. If no website would feature Max Computer Cleaner, the program must not be considered useful. Since the PUP is distributed without being made widely available, this can only mean that it has found other distribution methods. It has been discovered that Max Computer Cleaner can travel in bundles with freeware. The program latches onto another piece of software and tries to trick the user into approving its install. It will be offered together with the program you have decided to have installed to your system. The download client will purposely make the installation of Max Computer Cleaner executable per default, so if you do not deselect the program, it will be allowed onto your PC. You should always check new software for unfavorable terms and never allow extra programs get processed. They may be harmful.
What problems can Max Computer Cleaner cause to my system?
Max Computer Cleaner will try to convince you that your system is at risk. It will offer its services for solving the supposed problems. The PUP will conduct unauthorized system scans which will return bad results. This will likely slow down your computer during the course of the scans and reduce its operational potential. Looking into the errors it reports, it has been discovered that Max Computer Cleaner includes temporary files and cache that is not really harmful. The software cannot allegedly detect security threats. Deciding to acquire it would be a waste of money. An even greater issue about Max Computer Cleaner is that it can execute authorized software installs. The PUP may let in other undesired software applications and adware. Instead of being the solution to your problems, Max Computer Cleaner can become the source of more issues. The problems can pile up even if you decide not to use the software in any capacity. The only way you can avoid the risks to your system is to uninstall Max Computer Cleaner.
How can I remove Max Computer Cleaner from my PC?
You can uninstall Max Computer Cleaner by hand. Please, refer to the guide listed under this paragraph for full instructions on the steps you need to take. After you are done with the manual uninstall, you should conduct a full system scan to make sure all the entries made by Max Computer Cleaner have been removed and that there are no other potentially harmful programs on your system.
Remove Max Computer Cleaner from your computer
1. Simultaneously press Win+X and navigate to the Control Panel.
2. Choose Uninstall a Program and select the unwanted application from the list.
3. Press Uninstall to delete the application.
1. Go to the Windows Start menu and navigate to your Control Panel.
2. Select Uninstall a Program and remove the tool from the list.
1. Open the Windows Start menu and go to the Control Panel.
2. Select Add or Remove Programs.
3. Find the unwanted program in the list and remove it.