How to treat the vicious Smart HDD?

You security is at risk once again, and fake system optimization applications, like Smart HDD or its clones System Defragmenter, HDD Rescue and HDD Scan, are lurking to fool you, me, and many other PC users that our Windows systems’ hard drives are undergoing technical problems, and the only way to remove them is to purchase a completely false full version product, which in reality has no theoretical capabilities of fixing such bogus dysfunctions in the first place! If your system has already been infected with Smart HDD, be sure that cyber criminals behind this bogus tool want from you nothing else but your money, and the only way to get rid of any chance of losing your savings or Windows data for real, is to delete Smart HDD right away. Continue reading


Get rid of Smart HDD while there is still time

In an ever increasingly dangerous online world where users are presented with fake security programs out to cheat them of their money around every bend, it can get tiresome and hard to distinguish between genuine and rogue system tools. Do not be fooled by Smart HDD, though. This rogue system optimizer is a shameless clone of HDD Rescue and Smart Defragmenter, and will not offer any benefit to an infected PC. It’s because of these reasons, among many others, that you simply need to obliterate Smart HDD from your PC before irreparable damage is done.

Smart HDD will make use of various fake security messages in an effort to panic their victims into believing their PC is compromised, and to part with their cash. Do not believe these fake alerts, as none of them are true. Some of the more notorious alerts to be on the lookout for include:

“Windows detected a hard drive problem.
A hard drive error occurred while starting the application.”

“Windows cannot find notepad. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Start button, and then click Search.”

“Requested registry access is not allowed. Registry defragmentation required”

It can be easy to be taken in by Smart HDD’s seemingly genuine looking and user friendly UIs, but users are urged to use their discretion here and never believe any correspondence received from Smart HDD. Smart HDD is unable to live up to any of its over embellished promises, and users shouldn’t take a long time to remove Smart HDD from their systems for good.