RocketPC

RocketPC Description

RocketPC is a PC optimization utility that may be promoted via online advertisements, which might tell the users that this tool is able to boost their computers’ performance and health by performing all sorts of optimizations and fixes regarding junk files, Registry keys, shortcuts, startup entries, etc. While having a stand-alone tool to take care of these issues might be an attractive offer, it may be better doing so with the help of a free PC optimization tool. Although the RocketPC may be advertised as a free product, the users who install it might soon realize that the scanner is the only free part about this application. After it performs the initial scan and generates a report with the recommended fixes, RocketPC might prompt the users to pay for a full license key that will unlock the rest of this program’s features.

Paying for RocketPC is not a waste of money necessarily, because this program can apply some minor fixes to optimize Windows. However, the usefulness of these optimizations is questionable, and most users are unlikely to see a noticeable difference. Do not forget that RocketPC has been tagged as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) by reputable PC security vendors, and its removal is recommended.

If you are happy with what RocketPC offers and you have obtained a full license, then you should know that there is nothing to worry about since this program is not linked to suspicious behavior. However, if you are still using the free version and RocketPC’s reminders to pay for a license are annoying you, then we suggest that you take care of its removal by using a suitable PC security scanner.

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