What is System Healer?
System Healer is computer optimization program that is classified as potentially unwanted application (PUP). The main objective of this program scare users by showing problems on their computer in order to persuade them to buy the software. At first glance, it seems useful System Healer harmless program; it really is not doing anything useful. After penetrating the computer, it starts to display a huge amount of pop-ups. This pop-ups contain false information about found errors and viruses. Pop-ups can occur at any point of your work. Thus, System Healer trying to get you to spend money for nothing. Also, this program can change your browser settings, change the homepage, redirect the user to other sites, and replace the search and so on. Also, your personal information may be disclosed to third parties. If you find System Healer on your PC, then you need to remove it immediately.
How System Healer gets on your PC?
System Healer isn’t a virus, but this program can be classified as potentially unwanted software. Such malware comes on your computer with other free programs. Most often, it comes without the user’s knowledge. Therefore, many users aren’t even aware that their computer has been compromised by malware. Remember, no need to rush during installation of programs. Always follow the installation process, read the user agreement and select only the “Advanced” installation type. Don’t settle for installation of the suspicious software. Don’t rush to press the “Next” button. Also, you can always read reviews about a particular program. Be careful and attentive. If System Healer has already come into PC, then you urgently need to get rid of this program. To do this, use our detailed instructions, which are listed below.
How to remove System Healer from your computer?
To uninstall System Healer remove it from Control Panel, then delete all files and regkeys.
In our view, there are 3 products that potentially have System Healer in their database. You can try to use them for removing System Healer.
Norton is a powerful removal tool. It can remove all instances of newest viruses, similar to System Healer – files, folders, registry keys.
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Thor Antivirus – detects files, registry values and folders of viruses that show the same behavior as System Healer.
You can try both of these products to remove System Healer
Or uninstall System Healer manually.
Removing from Control Panel
- Click Start.
- Control Panel.
- Then click Add or Remove Programs.
- Find System Healer.
- Click Uninstall.
Windows 7/Windows Vista:
- Click Start.
- Then Control Panel.
- Click Uninstall a Program.
- Find System Healer and click Uninstall.
Windows 8/Windows 8.1:
- Open the Menu.
- Click Search.
- After that click Apps.
- Then Control Panel.
- Then as in Windows 7, click Uninstall a Program under Programs.
- Find System Healer, select it and click Uninstall.
- Click on the Start button (or press the Windows key) to open the Start menu, click on the Settings at the top.
- Click on App & features on the left menu.
- On the right side, locate System Healer and click it, then click on the Uninstall button.
- Click on Uninstall to confirm.
Note: If you can’t find required program, sort programs by date in Control panel and search for last installed programs.
System Healer won’t uninstall
In some cases users cannot uninstall System Healer using standard Windows features, because it gives an error during uninstall process. Error may look like this: “You do not have sufficient access to uninstall System Healer. Please contact your system administrator”. In this case, use Windows Safe Mode to uninstall System Healer:
- Restart your PC.
- While it starts press F8 button.
- Wait until Advanced Boot Options will appear.
- Choose Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking.
- While in Safe Mode go to Control Panel > Uninstall a program and remove System Healer.
Remove following registry entries:
Then remove following files:
And following folders
Written by Rami Douafi