What is FullAudioConverter?
FullAudioConverter is one strange program. Although this program looks beneficial at first, it does not take much to realize that it is not reliable or even beneficial. As a matter of fact, you are likely to encounter security issues if you keep this potentially unwanted program installed on your Windows operating system. In the worst case scenario, much more dangerous programs will enter your operating system using the backdoors created by this PUP. This is the main motive to remove FullAudioConverter from your operating system. Even if you do not interact with the advertisements and offers injected by this PUP, malware is likely to enter along with it. Unfortunately, it seems that this program was created to help spread unreliable software, and you should not allow it to take over.
How does FullAudioConverter work?
Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have tested FullAudioConverter. The first thing we found was that this PUP is identical to FullVideoConverterPro, MegaPlayer, and SpeedVideoPlayer. Even the official website representing this program, fullaudioconverter.com, is very similar to the sites representing the clones. There is no doubt that these programs were created using the same template, and it is very possible that this template is used by one company. Whether you install the unreliable converters, media players, or other kinds of software in the family, you cannot trust it. In fact, you should not even install them. If you do, you risk letting in malicious toolbars and advertisement-supported software. If this software slithers in, it might act in a malicious manner, and you might suffer some consequences.
According to our research, FullAudioConverter can show advertisements in its own GUI. If ads show up when browsing the web, or they pop up on the desktop, it is possible that third-party adware is responsible for it. Whatever kinds of ads you see, you should ignore them. If you interact with these ads, it is possible that you will be routed to pages promoting devious scams and hosting malware installers. We are sure that you do not want to get yourself into more trouble than you are already in, and, if you click on ads shown to you, it is possible that you will risk your virtual security. Of course, the ads shown to you might be very attractive, but you must keep in mind that their attractiveness might be misleading.
How to delete FullAudioConverter
FullAudioConverter is not a beneficial or reliable converter, and there is not a single reason for you to keep it installed on your operating system. It is unlikely that you use security software; otherwise, the unreliable PUP would not have invaded your PC. If security software is active, it either requires an update or it is unreliable. Employ a security system that you can trust; otherwise, you will have to worry about the removal of unreliable programs again and again. When it comes to the removal of FullAudioConverter, we advise using our manual removal instructions. Install antimalware software to delete other active threats.
- Navigate to the Taskbar, click Start, and select Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs and Remove the unwanted app.
Windows Vista and Windows 7:
- Click the Windows logo on the Taskbar and open Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program to find the installed program.
- Right-click the program you wish to get rid of and select Uninstall.
Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10:
- Launch RUN (tap Win+R) and enter Control Panel to access a menu.
- In the Programs menu select Uninstall a program.
- Identify the undesirable program, right-click it, and choose Uninstall.
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