My System Mechanic Removal Guide

Do you know what My System Mechanic is?

If you do not want to pay 29.95 EUR plus VAT for My System Mechanic, you should not download its free scanner either. You can acquire it from, which is the official download page. Though the scanner is free, the program does not work unless you pay for its “Premium” version. Of course, one can argue that the program does not work even if you pay money for its services. This strange application is classified as a PUP (potentially unwanted program) in our internal lab, and there are several reasons behind this. If you have downloaded this suspicious application onto your PC already, we recommend that you read this report to learn why removing My System Mechanic is a good idea. You should also continue reading if you are still thinking that this program is harmless and that you could benefit from using it.

According to the information that you are introduced via the official download website, My System Mechanic acts as a PC protector, registry cleaner, startup cleaner, and adware and add-on remover. If you pay attention to these claims, you are likely to download the PUP without thinking things through. You might also acquire this application carelessly if it is introduced to you by third-party installers offering other attractive programs alongside. Speaking of bundled programs, if you have downloaded any, you MUST inspect your operating system immediately using a malware scanner. If any serious infections have slipped in, you need to know about it as soon as possible. My System Mechanic itself should not be regarded as a useful program. In fact, we place it in the same category as AdvanceSystemCare, SystemKeeperPro, System Healer, and other potentially unwanted programs that users are advised to delete from their operating systems. So, what is the reasoning behind that?

You probably have chosen to download My System Mechanic because it promised great services. The thing is that they are not exactly the most useful services. Once it is downloaded, it quickly scans the system to check for registry entries, temporary files, recycle bin items, and other junk that can be deleted. It does not look like this PUP falsifies the results, but they are not exactly truthful either. That is because your system is unlikely to run faster or become safer if you “Start Repair” and have all alleged security issues removed and alleged system issues fixed. Instead of investing in tools that can only clean junk, we advise installing software that will truly protect your operating system and help it run smoother. Overall, My System Mechanic is not an entirely useless piece of software, but it is doubtful that it is worth the money that is asked for its full service pack. There are tons of more reliable and useful tools you could choose from.My System Mechanic Removal GuideMy System Mechanic screenshot
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We have good news for you, you can uninstall My System Mechanic from your Windows operating system! That does not happen a lot with the programs that are discussed on this website, and, in many cases, PUP uninstallers leave leftovers that must be eliminated manually. While you should have no problem deleting My System Mechanic yourself, you need to think if installing anti-malware software is not a better idea. Of course, it is. This software will automatically erase all PUPs and infections that might be active, and what is even more important is that it will keep your system protected for as long as the anti-malware software is installed and up-to-date. If you have questions about this and the overall protection of your operating system, feel free to add them to the comments section.

Remove My System Mechanic

Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista:

  1. Simultaneously tap keys Win+R to launch RUN.
  2. Type Control Panel into the dialog box and click OK.
  3. In Control Panel move to Uninstall a program.
  4. Right-click and Uninstall the undesirable program.

Windows XP:

  1. Move to the Taskbar and click the Start menu button.
  2. Open the Control Panel menu for more options.
  3. Double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
  4. Remove the undesirable program.

In non-techie terms:

If you want to control the security and efficiency of your operating system, you should not employ My System Mechanic to aid you. Although, at first, it might sound like a good idea, our research team has thoroughly inspected this application, and it turns out that while it can find certain elements and junk that is okay to eliminate, it is unlikely to boost your system’s performance. Also, it is not recommended that you rely on this tool to keep your system safe against malware. You can delete My System Mechanic by uninstalling it as shown in the instructions, but you should consider using anti-malware software if other threats are active or if you realize that you need better protection.