What is ExpressMediaConverter?
ExpressMediaConverter is classified as an adware application. This implies that the program enters target computers with financial profit in mind. ExpressMediaConverter has been created to help its developers get rich via the pay-per-click system. At first, it might seem that this program has been developed to do something else, but you will soon learn that it barely lives up to its promises, and it only slows down your browser, spamming with you annoying commercial ads. Any security-minded computer user would remove ExpressMediaConverter immediately because this application brings nothing but trouble. Please scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual adware removal instructions.
Where does ExpressMediaConverter come from?
We could also say that ExpressMediaConverter is a potentially unwanted program because, if we take into consideration the fact it has its own homepage, there seems to be nothing wrong with it. You can also download the application from expressmediaconverter.com. When one can download the program from its official source, it is hard to believe there is something wrong with it, is it not?
However, our research shows that the official website is not the only distribution source employed by this application. ExpressMediaConverter may also come bundled with third-party freeware and adware installers. This would mean that the application gets installed on your computer along with a number of other programs. It goes without saying that you would be better off without them, and, should you have any potential threats on-board, you have to remove them at once.
What does ExpressMediaConverter do?
Usually, when an adware program manages to get installed on a target system, it does not even bother to pretend it can help the affected user with anything. ExpressMediaConverter, on the other hand, is a little bit different.
The official website promotes this application as a state-of-the-art file converter that can “convert all files types in one click.” When we tested the program in our laboratory, we have found that ExpressMediaConverter really does convert video and audio files. However, the program is only a trial version, and that is why it displays third-party ads: It needs to support itself somehow if the users would not be inclined to buy it.
To get the full version of ExpressMediaConverter that is ad-free, you would need to pay $5.99. Naturally, if you need this kind of program on your system, and you have downloaded it willingly, you might as well pay the price and enjoy file converting whenever you want. Nevertheless, if this program entered your system accidentally, you have no intention of buying the full version, and the program keeps on spamming you with commercial ads, then you most certainly need to get rid of it.
How do I remove ExpressMediaConverter?
You can delete ExpressMediaConverter via Control Panel, although our security experts say that manual removal leaves a few junk files in the system. You can proceed with it anyway, but just remember to scan your computer with the SpyHunter free scanner afterwards.
A full system scan with a licensed antispyware tool will also help you find all the potential threats that might have slithered into your PC with the converter application. Do all you can to protect your system from harm.
Manual ExpressMediaConverter Removal
Windows 10 & Windows 8.1 & Windows 8
- Right-click the Windows icon and select Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program and remove Express Media Converter.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
- Open the Start menu and navigate to Control Panel.
- Select Uninstall a program and remove Express Media Converter.
- Click the Start button and open Control Panel.
- Access Add or remove programs and uninstall Express Media Converter.
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