The last thing you want to install onto your operating system is some program incapable of providing you with beneficial services. FusionPlayer is that kind of a program, and, even though it is unlikely to be installed without your permission, you could be tricked into installing it. Users are usually tricked into thinking that this program will help them play media files and assemble them into playlists in the most fun and easy manner. Of course, this is not the case. To our knowledge, this program is just a PUP (potentially unwanted program) that has not ability to serve in any kind of way. Some users even choose to delete FusionPlayer as an advertisement-supported program because it is known to inject ads. All in all, regardless of which category you associate this program with, we see only one outcome.
ShieldFix PC Cleaner poses as a PC optimization tool, which you can use to scan your computer for free; however, you can only fix the problems by purchasing the software. After careful observation in our internal lab, it has been found that the displayed scan results may not always be trustworthy and might only serve a reason to make unsuspecting users buy the product. Thus, ShieldFix PC Cleaner has been categorized as a PUP, or potentially unwanted program. We are not saying that if you register and buy the software, you will be ripped-off or that the app is dysfunctional. We are simply pointing out that this program uses an aggressive marketing technique to make sure it gets sold. There is a more worrisome issue with regard to the distribution of the software though. It can be found in freeware bundles together with malicious software. If this is how ShieldFix PC Cleaner has entered your computer, you might have a number of problems to handle. Please read on in order to learn more about the potential risks and why we suggest that you delete ShieldFix PC Cleaner from your PC.
TurboDiagnosis has been classified as a potentially unwanted application due to the questionable traits it displays. It is supposed to be a system diagnostics program; however, our malware researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com have found that the system scan results TurboDiagnosis displays may not be correct and may be exaggerated. There are many trustworthy and beneficial tools you can download and use. It is really not worth keeping software on your computer that has mostly likely entered your system in a freeware bundle. That is a rather questionable means of transport for applications. Another strange thing about this potentially unwanted program is that it makes its removal rather difficult. To find out more, including how you can remove TurboDiagnosis, please continue reading.
MaxDownload may sound like a download manager that is at the top of the trade by maxing out and providing the utmost services a user might need when it comes to searching for and downloading torrent, music, or video files. However, that could not be further from the truth. Stepping out of the pink bubble, we can face the sad and bleak reality: This is a useless, non-functioning piece of software. Because of its questionable reliability, our researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com have labeled it as a PUP, i.e., a potentially unwanted program. This PUP may not flood your screen with annoying advertisements, but it also does not seem to do anything at all. Nevertheless, this application might be exploited by cyber criminals and used to spy on you, for example. That is why we recommend removing MaxDownload from your computer.
DownSpeedTest Toolbar is another toolbar developed by Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. You might already know this company because it has published hundreds of other browser plugins, including Citysearch Toolbar, SMSFromBrowser Toolbar, and EasyDocMerge Toolbar. Many computer users download and install these toolbars because they seem very useful at first sight. DownSpeedTest Toolbar is no exception; this browser plugin promises to help a user to convert different files, check the speed of his/her Internet connection, share files, and access social-networking websites, e.g., Facebook. We agree that this toolbar seems really useful, but we also know that there are some drawbacks associated with it as well. If you do not like DownSpeedTest Toolbar for any reason, or it has simply slithered onto your computer without your consent, you can eliminate it any time. Just follow our instructions provided below.
Br Media Player is one of those programs that you should not install on the system. We do not recommend doing that because this program is classified as a potentially unwanted program. In addition, it will definitely not enable you to watch videos or listen to music because it is not a player. Yes, it advertisers itself as a useful video/audio player, but you will definitely notice that nothing useful is installed on your system. It is not worth keeping a program that does not do anything beneficial but instead causes much inconvenience. In order to help you eliminate Br Media Player from your system, we have prepared the manual removal instructions (you fill find them below this article). Do you want to find out why it is so important to erase Br Media Player? If so, you should read this article from beginning to end.
CouponsPlus should provide you with shopping coupons. These coupons should help you save more money when shopping online. These savings should allow you to buy more things. We could go on and on talking about how great this program should be, but we will not waste our time on this useless adware. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have found that this advertisement-supported program is not only useless, but also dangerous! If you trust this program and the virtual offers associated with it for one moment, your virtual security could be jeopardized, and this is what we want to protect you from. If you understand how risky this is and you want to remove CouponsPlus, continue reading this report.
A primary indication that an adware application known as JumboDeals is up and running on your PC is a web browser filled with various third-party ads and annoying pop-ups. If you have experienced this behavior, make sure to take immediate measures to remove this adware from your operating system as soon as possible. During our research, we have discovered that quite a few users have their system already infected with this intrusive ad-supported program. In most cases, users get their PC infected with this adware because they lack basic information about virtual security. This is why we provide a few crucial tips to boost your virtual security, which will help you reduce the risk of getting your PC infected with suspicious programs. Make sure to read the rest of this article and learn how JumboDeals works and why its removal is paramount.
Advanced Calendar is an enhanced calendar for the Windows desktop with support for different countries, including Thailand, Brazil, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia; however, it seems to exhibit certain traits that make its reliability questionable. Thus, our researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com have labeled this application as a potentially unwanted program, or PUP. Most of the time, computer users download and install this app knowingly, which is one of the main differences when compared to malware. However, this PUP can also be found bundled, which is a rather questionable distribution method, and it is not without dangers either. In order to understand the underlying risks of the presence of this program on your computer, please read our full report. At the end you will also learn how you can delete Advanced Calendar if you want to keep your system safe and clean.
Some useful-looking programs turn out to be completely useless, and users know them as potentially unwanted programs. DownChecker is a PUP as well, and most users are quick to find that this program is not exactly what it says it is. If you install this program onto your operating system, it is very likely that soon you will encounter banner and pop-up advertisements. Surprisingly, the program that is supposed to help you manage software updates also acts as an advertisement-supported program! Needless to say, this is not something that most users expect when they decide to try out this program. Are you worried? Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers claim that you should be worried because the advertisements injected by this PUP can be unreliable. The unpredictability of these ads is the reason we advise removing DownChecker.