SpeedMaxPc Reviews

About SpeedMaxPc

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.

Related: How to Clean and Speed Up Your Computer For Free

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A Complete Ripoff!

Reviewed By Wolfgang Hartmann on February 4, 2013, Heidelberg, Germany

SpeedMax advertises that it fixes Ieframe.dll problems "in 2 Minutes".
I wouldn't mind 5 Minutes, but in reality it does NOT fix anything.
I did ask Paypal to reimburse me!
I just hat such ripoff business,
Wolfgang

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w. williamson
April 17, 2013

I had the same problem. I found speedmax pc absolutely useless. I paid with paypal and hopefully I can get them to stop any future payments. I will also try to get a refund but do not hold much hope. As the others say I wish I had read this report first.

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Pissed Off!.

Reviewed By John on February 2, 2013, MN

After purchasing this product I tried using it. A statement comes up saying, "Service Not Available". This company is a total rip off and I am going to sue.

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AMANDA
September 16, 2013

PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU GET ANY FURTHER INFO FROM THE A-HOLES.

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How to do without SpeedMaxPC and other scam software artists

Reviewed By Froggy on January 31, 2013, Melbourne, Australia

Folks, once for all, let it be known that any software that claims to speed up your PC by cleaning your registry is a scam. There are two reasons for a PC slowing down: memory fragmentation and disk fragmentation. To fix the first, just reboot. To fix the second run defrag or any defragmentation software. Other errors are likely due to overheating (dust-clogged fans are the usual culprits).

If you really want to clean up your PC, just run CCleaner (the first C stands for "Crap"). Get it here: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner It's free.

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More reasons than that
February 01, 2013

Not enough RAM, bogged down with resource heavy programs, toolbars, spyware, computer virii, slow processor. But it all comes down to the same. There is no such thing as a software program that can speed up a slow computer. CCleaner is a great program to clean out the internet cache, but it has a registry cleaner as well. People who play with automated registry cleaners will get burned sooner or later, even with the legitimate ones.

neoslyck
February 02, 2013

This is a completely worthless product. When it comes to pc performance, you get more out of a defrag then you do this thing. The funny thing is when you ask for a refund and they send you bad information, to ensure you pass the 30 day mark

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Like a miracle

Reviewed By Witiko Bartsch on January 23, 2013, Munich, Germany

I am very dependent on printing from a DOS-application on a USB-connected printer (there's no LPT connection anymore).

The very easy way to succeed insofar is to let the DOS-program think, it is part of a network and define the printer as network printer, using the "net use lpt1" command + the printer's networkadress. This worked fine on my old Lenovo notebook, but it didn't on the new one.

It was obviously a networkrelated problem, as I got error messages like "Fehler 1058:Der angegebene Dienst kann nicht gestartet werden" when I used "net name" or "Systemfehler 66 Der Typ der Netzwerkressource ist falsch" when I use the "net use" command.

After some unsuccessful approach to my problem of my own, I googled both error messages. For the two querys I had the www.speedmaxpc.com site as first hit, advertising it's software as solution for the respective error message problem (and above all in some very, very bad, or rather crude german). Thus I really didn't (couldn't) imagine, that this soft was even serious, let alone able to solve my problem (I even deemed it to be some virus or other dangerous soft).

But it wasn't dangerous at all, it is a serious software and it even miraculously solved my problem. I now can use the USB-printer as network-printer as before.

So I say, this program was really worth the 20 Euros or so.

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Uh huh
January 24, 2013

The specified service is disabled? My first hit when searching was Microsoft with a fix outlined in detail. And printing from DOS applications does take some tweaking but there's no way a PC optimizer could do this for you. It's a simple matter of pooling the printer with the port it's trying to use to get it to use the USB instead of the LPT port.

This review reads better than a Grimm's fairy tail. LOL!

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I wouldn't call it a review... it is designed to "force" you to use this .......

Reviewed By Bruce Wagner on January 22, 2013, St. Paul, MN

I find it hard to believe that this product can still be on the market. I don't even recall what I was looking for on Microsoft's website and it appeared in the banner as a "preferred vender." "Microsoft Certified" This is the first time that someone claiming to have MS stamp of approval, but it is the worst virus that I have had on any system. I am going to have to contact my Virus Protection to have the damage done repaired. DO NOT EVEN LOOK AT OR OPEN THE TROJAN. You are hung after that. There is no help! Ban them.

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Anon
January 23, 2013

Anyone can take a Microsoft picture and slap it on their website. Even then, Microsoft doesn't vet their partners...all companies have to do is sign up.
With that said, if you ask about any program on the Microsoft Answers forums or TechNet, you will get an honest answer from Microsoft MVPs, not someone who sells ad space. On both Answers and TechNet, the question of whether or not this particular program is safe, as well as others, has been broached and the answer is always a resounding NO, they ARE NOT safe and should not be used.

Anon
January 23, 2013

By the way, SpeedMax PC or Max Tuneup LLC is not listed in Microsoft's partner software directory. If you saw an ad for it on a Microsoft site, most likely it was a banner ad. SpeedMax purchased ad space and Microsoft simply showed that ad in their rotation of ads. You should complain to Microsoft directly about this and let them know this company is advertising itself as something it's not.

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