SpeedMaxPc is a downloadable software system that claims to give users “High Tech PC Optimization” by scanning their computer, identifying the “bugs,” cleaning their system, and then protecting them from future problems.
SpeedMaxPc is free to download and, once downloaded, will conduct a free scan of your computer, both hard drive and registry, to see where there are areas that could be addressed to have your computer run more efficiently.
In addition, SpeedMaxPc will scan your computer for spyware and malware and show you the specific issues that can be treated with their software.
However, these problems and areas of inefficiency will not be fixed by SpeedMaxPc unless you decide to purchase the software at a price of $29.99. Once you have purchased the software, SpeedMaxPc will begin fixing the issues so your computer can more efficiently.
And once your current problems are corrected, SpeedMaxPc also offers continual protection against spyware and malware so that future viruses cannot affect your computer’s performance.
a wast of money if you ask me it hasnt done anything to speed up my comp.wont ever get it again.
received incorrect licence oade, can't activate or repair anything email@example.com
I can't stop laughing at all you complainers! You guys obviously all have garbage pc's and laptops! I purchased this product by mistake and it does exactly what it's meant to do, nothing more and nothing less!
These comments are hilarious!
Did you expect it to make your crap pc/laptop amazing or something? The prog. Simply cleans ups ur registry, not much more, what the hell did you all expect for 20$ hahaha!
You want something that will do a full 100% all the way around job? Buy kaspersky pure and stop complaining!
Scum company. I just did a search to get rid of repeated script errors and the software came up saying to get rid of in 3 easy steps so I downloaded and it scanned and found errors then had to register and not until then do the say it costs money. Just like the malware hackers.
Put this on my computer and it deleted necessary things and left the
virus that I had on it in the first place. Disputed payment through
Paypal and because it was a virtual purchase, they could not help me.
Because it took longer than 30 days, when I finally contacted Speedmaxpc, they refused to refund my money. This is how they make their money.
It seems to delete your cookies,from unwanted adds you receive when visiting sites like Walmart, and tiger direct which I can do myself. It deletes old passwords when you visits sites, but I continue to get a debugging message, and my computer just crashes. I have a Alienware that is about 6 months old, and McAfee antivirus. As far as speed I can see no difference.
It seemed to fix internet explorer for me and get rid of the damnd error message that kept popping up.
This software saved my pc from an overwhelming mess of toolbars my Kid installed over the last two weeks, he was borrowing my laptop.
Their we're so many Tool-bars installed on internet explorer I couldn't even see the webpages I visited.
They had also stored a ton of cookies and data/info about my sons & me's browsing habits. "It was enough to make you sick."
SpeedMaxPc also solved the "Internet Explorer Not Responding" error I was getting from time.
So from my experience, SpeedMaxPc really helped BIG TIME!
Installed it yesterday. Got caught with the auto re-new section. The prgram has screwed up my computer totaly. Cannot access Windows Mail at all. Tried correct-backwards to their starting point and that does not work. As I work from home my time is now shot good and proper.
DO NOT touch this program unless you want to go sleepless for the following few weeks
True, Speedi Max offer to fix your computer the amount of 29.95 for a 12 month period. But then continues to deduct the amount from your account every couple of months. They make it easy to put on your computer, but almost impossible to take off. I have been trying to contact this company to stop their service, but have been blocked with every page I get on.
I first down loaded some tool bar which caused my computer to
get infected by SpeedMaxPc. which is suppose to repair my cp
My cp has not been the same it creates its own diseases and
virsus and loads them in the computer. I have used other cleaners but this is the worst thing I ever got a hold of. A advertisement came on
my screen advertising it as follows $39.95 now 9.95 so I fell for it.
But paypal charged me the full price. Lie number 1. Lie number 2.
It only pretends to work. Don't fall for the LIe of sales. Then when you call for a refund. The company say's there only the collections for the company. The gave me a link to a website. which never answers back.
I purchased this early in 2012. After "cleaning" my PC I had to do a complete System Restore as it ripped the guts out of my Non Custom Microsoft software applications.
A few months I thought I would try SpeedMaxPC again just to see if my PC had accumulated many problems.
It said I had an astounding 1,833 problems that "NEED URGENT ATTENTION". Funny thing was that my PC was working quite well.
I decided to edit what "problems" I wanted SpeedMaxPC to "fix" but was advised my 12 Month subscription had expired.
I found that to be very odd as it was still 2012. After contacting SpeedMaxPC via their convoluted methodology I was advised that I didn't need to renew my subscription but on another page my Licence Key had expired.
I have now uninstalled this piece of crap form my PC and am so incensed that I want to warn anybody else who is seduced by this BROAD SWORD Software cleaner.
DON'T GO NEAR THIS PRODUCT...For any reason !
If this had zero star, I would rate it zero. IT SUCKS!!!!!!!! And it also doesn't work. Also, dust on the inside slows it down considerably--consider going to staples or officemax or some hardware store, costco also sells them every once in a while, but buy some compressed air cans. MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS OUTSIDE OR IT WILL MAKE A GIANT MESS. Go home, take off a side of the shell of your computer, and use the can to blow off dust, especially around the motherboard and other exposed wires (Like the graphics card if you have one). Or reinstall Windows.
@Mike O'Neill: You're stupid. SpeedmaxPC is a fricking software system, not a hardware system where people magically teleport to your computer and start fixing it. Oh, and it is impossible to have your computer as fast as brand new with stuff like browsers and Microsoft word and stuff like that, because in order to do so, the speed of the computer must be faster that when it was first made, which is physically impossible without a change of hardware or superconductivity.
Downloaded and installed 'FREE' download - then scanned and made up all sorts of faults, then would not fix until I paid $30 or so, uninstalled it and PC wont boot up now. This is MALWARE dont use it, they should be prosecuted.
This stupid program was recommended on a Microsoft site and I downloaded it because I was having firewall problems. well- THIS PROGRAM HAS MESSED UP MY COMPUTER LIKE IT IS A VIRUS, SINCE DOWNLOADING IT RANDOM MUSIC STARTS PLAYING BUT NO WINDOWS ARE OPEN, FIREFOX DOESN'T WORK, FLASH KEEPS CRASHING, DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT PURCHASE THIS.
Sensitive data was stolen from me while they had control of my computer, and it was nowhere to be found.
Tonight, I received a call from CHASE Bank re: one of my credit cards. I am not surprised. One of the folders missing from my PC after SpeedMax and Safecart was titled, "Travel Reservations". The credit card compromised? My United Visa card.
I believe they sold my distribution lists and any financial information they were able to obtain.
I have not been able to speak to a single person who has any influence. I will continue to do my best to get the word out so that others will not be victimized as I was.
So I downloaded thinking it is free. It ran with over 3500 errors. So I try to fix, but it said I needed a licence... automatically gave $10 coupon so reduced charge to $ 29.99. I thought no, no good. So I go to uninstall and it gives me another offer of 75% off. This is just a bait and switch deal to get any money out of you that they can. Any software that offers discount, then another if you don't like the first has to ba a fraud.... I don't care if it only cost $9.99. This kind of marketing is dishonest. Maybe if they just started with $9.99, people would buy it and they wouldn't need trickery to get someone to buy this... sorry. Not for me.
Been on the Phone now for 30 minutes and can not get tech support. I excuted the download and get the same old routine of nothing. I hope the 30 day money back is accurate.
Further to my recent complaints about the SpeedMaxPc system I have an important update. If you are not happy with your purchase and you used Safecart for your payment, phone them on their UK number 0800 408 3985. Give your purchase details along with your complaint and you should get your purchase price refunded within 7 days.
Good luck, Mike.
I was overwhelmed with Disc consistency problems and went on line to find many others experiencing the same sort of difficulties. Most unfortunately I chanced upon the SpeedMaxPc system which seems to carry the approval of Norton and a tacit OK from Windows. They only mentioned a discounted price of £6.77. Like so many others, judging by the high level of adverse comments, I was conned into purchasing a copy. The first scan warned me of nearly 800 faults posing very serious threats to my computer. (Co-Incidentally I do run Kapersky protection). The SpeedMaxPc cleaned it up but every subsequent scan found many more threats. I then tried the Disk De-fragmentation tool on the drive with the problems. It reported a 77% problem and so I left it overnight to clear. The following morning it reported all clear but an immediate check, (and several subsequent ones), showed the same level of problems requiring immediate de-fragmentation. To add insult to injury, when I checked my receipt I then found they had also added a £19.97 Licence fee which they had conveniently forgotten to mention. This company is so seriously fraudulent, must be making millions,and to me is on par with computer hackers. There must be some way to bring them to book and Windows should immediately expose them. I intend to contact the Consumer Protection organisations.