How to remove System Healer easily


System Healer malware

 

System Healer isn't actually a virus, but we don't know how to call this program correctly. It isn't an adware because it advertises only the paid version of itself. It isn't a hijacker, because its level of interacting with the browsers is really low. The most suitable definition for System Healer is "Potentially unwanted program" or PUP. It is not actually harmful, but it can drive you crazy with pop-ups and its presence on your PC is decreasing the system protection against malware. Since you install this software, it will start to show you some windows with the data about the state of your system. System Healer will say that the system is completely clogged with trash files and the registry contains hundreds of broken entries. These windows aren't related to your system in any way. It will show these scary pictures even if you'll start System Healer on brand new PC with new licensed Windows, so we can say that System Healer is the fake system cleaner, and you should remove it as soon as possible.

 

 

Removal instruction

Step 1. Delete System Healer from Operation System

Instruction for Windows 7

Instruction for Windows 8

Instruction for Windows 10

Step 2. Scan computer with anti malware scanner (optional)

 

Uninstalling from Windows 7

1. Uninstall System Healer from Control Panel (Control Panel - Uninstall a program - Uninstall System Healer)

2. Delete folders

  • Press Start menu button and look for "System Healer"
  • Delete all founded elements

3. Delete next registry keys

  • Press Start - Run - type "Regedit.exe"
  • Press Ctrl+F and type 'System Healer'
  • Click 'Find Next'
  • Erase the items that comes up

Press Start - Control Panel Choose Program - Uninstall a program Choose needed program and click 'Uninstall'

 

Deleting from Windows 8

1. Point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and tap Search.

2. Enter control panel in the search box, and then click Control Panel.

3. Under View by: select Large Icons, and then click Programs and features.

4. Click the program, and then click Uninstall.

5. Follow the instructions on the screen.

6. Uninstall System Healer from Control Panel (Control Panel - Uninstall a program - Uninstall System Healer)

7. Remove folders and registry keys like on Win7.

 

Deletion from Windows 10

1. On the field Search Windows type 'Control Panel'

2. Click Uninstall a program

3. Select System Healer and press Uninstall

Type 'Control Panel' in Search field Programs in Control Panel Choose needed program and click 'Uninstall'

 

Step 2. Scan system with antivirus

System Healer can be removed manually, or with help of specially designed removal tool. We want to offer you such tool, that will get rid of System Healer in few minutes, and won't let it return again. Also it will protect your PC from other threats that are lurking in the Web and waiting for you to let them in. This tool is called Spyhunter, it is reputable, not expensive and very effective. It has daily updated viral signature database, 24/7 tech-support and is compatible with other anti-viral tools, so you can run it as main or as secondary anti-virus.

 

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Published by KateRealta

 

 


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