Uninstall Win PC Repair 2018 – Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10




Win PC Repair 2018 is a Potentially Unwanted Program, identical to PC Cleanup 2018AutoFixer Pro 2018AutoClean Pro 2018Power PC Care 2018Super Clean Pro 2018Power System CarePower Speedup 2018PC Speed UP 2018 – Mac Mechanic, and Mac Cleanup Pro for Mac.

Win PC Repair 2018 is installed on your PC system with the installation of other software, for this reason, Win PC Repair 2018 is known as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). Win PC Repair 2018 is a PC Optimizer. However, Win PC Repair 2018 displays false positives to convince users into thinking their system is highly infected or damaged.

Once the user is convinced their system is infected or damaged a license is needed to fix the issues found by Win PC Repair 2018. The problems are easily fixed with free software such as CCleaner.

Win PC Repair 2018

Potentially Unwanted Programs such as Win PC Repair 2018 are installed with the third party offers including Adware by false download managers. The Win PC Repair 2018 PC Optimizer does absolutely nothing good for you PC and it is advised to remove Win PC Repair 2018 from your PC.







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Uninstall Win PC Repair 2018 from your computer

In this first step, we will attempt to identify and uninstall Win PC Repair 2018 from Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.

Remove Win PC Repair 2018

Uninstall software from Windows 7

Windows 7 users: Click the Start button in the left bottom corner, select Control Panel, select “Programs, and Features”.

Windows 8 or Windows 10 uninstall adware

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Windows 8 user: right-click the Windows logo in the lower left corner, select Control Panel, select “Programs, and Features”.

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Windows 10 user: right-click the Windows logo in the bottom left corner, open Run, and type appwiz.cpl

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Find “Win PC Repair 2018” in the software application list and click “Uninstall“.
In the image, you see recently known adware applications.

Click the column “Installed On” to sort installed applications by date, this makes it easier to detect recently installed adware applications.

If you don’t know what to look for, go to the Win PC Repair 2018 removal tool.
No worries, the removal tool is free to detect and remove potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) for 14 days.

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Remove Win PC Repair 2018 with Malwarebytes

Get rid of Win PC Repair 2018 with Malwarebytes. Malwarebytes Malwarebytes is free to use, detect and remove the Win PC Repair 2018 malware. Win PC Repair 2018 is a potentially unwanted program which is a type of malware, detected as PUP.Optional.PCVark. Malwarebytes will remove adware and the Win PC Repair 2018 PUP.

 

Run the Malwarebytes program installation file. Click here for Malwarebytes installation instructions.
Click Scan Now to start scanning for the Win PC Repair 2018 PUP.

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Malwarebytes will start searching for malware, please wait for Malwarebytes to finish the malware scan.
Malwarebytes usually takes between 2 to 5 minutes to complete.

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Once the malware scan is performed, Malwarebytes will present the results of the Win PC Repair 2018 malware scan.
Remove the malware found by Malwarebytes using the Quarantine Selected button.

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Wait for Malwarebytes to move all malware to quarantine.

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Malwarebytes needs to make a system reboot to finish the Win PC Repair 2018 removal process.
Save and close any working documents or open web pages and click Yes to reboot your PC.

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After the system reboot, your computer is free from the Win PC Repair 2018 pup software.

Video: PUP removal with Malwarebytes.

Stay protected with Malwarebytes against future fake PC Optimizers and other types of malware. Malwarebytes stops adware, abusive pop-ups, potentially unwanted programs, malicious web pages, suspicious downloads, viruses, spyware and ransomware from infecting your PC.


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