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The High PC Booster is a product of Longrun Software Private, and it is being promoted as a PC optimization utility that can help users clean up junk files, remove unnecessary data, optimize the Registry, and apply various fixes whose purpose is to improve the PC’s overall performance and stability. However, what the official website of the High PC Booster may forget to add is that the trial version of the software is unable to carry out any of the promised operations. Instead, it is only able to perform a system scan and generate a report, which contains the recommended fixes and optimizations. To carry out the needed optimizations, the users will be asked to pay for the premium version of the High PC Booster, which comes at a price of $19.99. The peculiar thing is that the ‘Buy’ button takes users to the website of Ultra Heal, a publisher that also sells other Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) like the PC Smart Cleanup.
The High PC Booster is not unsafe, but it is recommended to remove it if you are not planning to pay for the full product. If you do not get rid of the High PC Booster, it might display notifications and reminders whose purpose is to ensure that you will not forget to pay for the full product repeatedly. These reminders may turn out to be rather annoying since they can’t be disabled without terminating the High PC Booster. Due to the lack of any corrupted traits, you can remove the High PC Booster manually, and you will not need to worry about leftover files. Alternatively, you could also use a suitable PC security tool that will make sure to fully wipe the High PC Booster’s files.