Norton PC Checkup is a free software downloaded to enable computer users to do a system scan of their Microsoft Windows operating systems, either separately or as part of a suite. It was released by Symantec in July 2008. The main aim of this software was to provide a faster and more efficient way to identify potential problems and issues with your computer and resolve them accordingly. Since then, many other software packages have appeared on the market, most aimed at achieving the same purpose as Pc-checkup. Many of these software products have only limited capabilities, but a few can detect and correct missing or broken components of Windows, and may be able to speed up your computer considerably.
It is possible for you to remove programs from your computer permanently with the use of PC checkup software. If you've got a lot of software installed on your computer, you could, for example, delete all the programs that you don't really need, or that you never use. However, if you want to keep some of these programs around for a "registry" fix later, you'll have to enable them to run with "safe mode" (also known as "automatic mode"), so that they can continue to run with their default settings and configurations instead of being removed from the computer and losing any unsaved changes they might have made.
Many PC checkup utilities will allow you to remove certain types of software from your computer. The ones designed for Microsoft Windows XP will allow you to remove programs that are developed for Windows XP, but won't be able to run properly on Vista. The same is true for other operating systems. When you're doing a scan to remove a checkup software from your computer, be sure to check which version you need to remove - and whether you can actually do this without making any changes to your registry.