About PCWikiMax.com

PCWikimax was launched in late 2004. This Wiki is free to all PC users, and provides a unique and detailed online database of various PC processes that could potentially create a problems on your PC. Currently, we have five expert authors who provide objective, unbiased opinon on the aforementioned PC problems and solutions. In just over three years PCWikiMax has already attracted three million hits every month!

Deep in the recesses of any computer, innumerable processes are running silently in the background. Some hog system resources, drastically slowing computers down; others are a haven for spyware and trojans, violating privacy and giving hackers free access to compromised systems.

PCWikiMax.com has grown to become the definitive reference point for anyone who needs comprehensive information on these processes. Explanations are accompanied by exhaustive advice on whether the processes are important for the stable and secure running of your system. The website also recommends if you should terminate processes or leave them untouched.

A Top 100 Classic website

23 Oct. 2007 - press release

PC Magazine has named PCWikiMax.com in the list of top websites for 2007. This high profile group consists of 100 well-established sites that are leaders in their respective fields, including ebay.com, amazon.com and tripadvisor.com.

We are particularly proud of this achievement since, unlike many awards, selection for the list was made by a broad panel of experts: nominations were put forward by the staff of PC Magazine, whilst a committee of senior editors cast the final votes. The criteria was judged favorably against included general quality, popularity, content, usability, originality, and design.

We are committed to helping to improve the performance and security of the Internet, and the computers that access it. To this end We provide PCWikiMax.com and ProcessScanner services free to all PC users. PCWikiMax.com is recommended by experts everywhere, including definitive Internet companies such as Yahoo, as the primary reference point for verifying what software and programs should, and should not, be running inside a Windows PC.