PCKeeper is a legitimate piece of software with a lot of potential..
I found PCKeeper through an advertisement. ... MorePCKeeper is a legitimate piece of software with a lot of potential..
I found PCKeeper through an advertisement. I was bored, so I decided to check out the program. Upon going to their website, I saw Microsoft Certified Partner plastered all over their website. From that point, I immediately suspected the program as a fake. I downloaded and installed the program. It scanned my computer about the same way IOBit's Advanced SystemCare program would scan my computer. Just to see if it was actually scanning my computer, I ran a scan with Advanced SystemCare alongside PCKeeper. Both programs finished about the same time and got very similar results. The only thing about PCKeeper is it will only let you fix a few of the problems it found with the demo version. Other than that, I confirmed PCKeeper is a legitimate program that, if you pay for the full version, will most likely be a working program similar to Advanced SystemCare. I did speak to one of their tech support reps Eugene Kim. He was very friendly and helpful. He was very understanding when I told him I was sticking to Advanced SystemCare and was very happy to hear I was going to review PCKeeper. PCKeeper is definitely a legitimate piece of software that has a lot of potential. I don't usually trust software from Microsoft Partners, but this one is definitely legitimate.
Pros: Live chat support Full system scanning
Cons: Have to buy full version to fix all problems