What is FullVideoConverterPro?
There are thousands of programs that supposedly help convert files, but many of them are unreliable, just like FullVideoConverterPro. Although this program might work to some extent, it is the background activity that we are most concerned about. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that this potentially unwanted program can be responsible for the irritating advertisements showing up when you browse the web. Although we do not classify this program as adware (advertisement-supported software), we want to warn you that you could put your virtual security at risk by interacting with the ads displayed by this PUP. Needless to say, we suggest deleting FullVideoConverterPro, and the process is discussed in this report.
How does FullVideoConverterPro work?
The advertisements injected by FullVideoConverterPro could represent the products of unfamiliar parties, and this is risky. Schemers could pretend to offer beneficial services, and their offers could be used to scam you and infect your operating system with even more infections. Although this scenario is a bit dramatic, we cannot guarantee that you will not encounter security threats if you trust this PUP or the offers it shows. SpeedVideoPlayer and MegaPlayer are very similar, and trusting them might be risky as well. Even though it is unlikely that these programs will come together, you should take note to avoid them in the future.
Have you downloaded FullVideoConverterPro along with unfamiliar third-party programs? It is most likely that you have because the official installer bundles the PUP with adware and suspicious toolbars, and third-party installers are likely to introduce it along with other programs as well. Although we do not know if all programs associated with this PUP are malicious, we strongly recommend deleting them all, especially if you are not going to take the time to learn more about them.
How to remove FullVideoConverterPro
FullVideoConverterPro is not a friendly program, and you need to delete it from your operating system. We have found that this potentially unwanted program can be uninstalled; however, we do not know which other threats are active on your PC. Unless you identify all unreliable programs and learn how to get rid of them manually, we advise implementing and automated remover. A malware scanner is another useful tool that you can use, especially if you want to perform manual removal. However you get rid of the unreliable programs active on your PC, it is most important that you get rid of them before it is too late.
Windows 10 & Windows 8:
- Tap Win+R (simultaneously) to launch RUN and then enter Control Panel.
- In the Control Panel menu move to Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the undesirable application and click the Uninstall button.
Windows 7 & Windows Vista:
- Click the Windows icon on the Taskbar for more options and open Control Panel.
- Go to the Programs menu and select Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the undesirable PUP and select Uninstall.
- Click Start icon on the Taskbar for more options.
- Select Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Locate FullVideoConverterPro, click it once, and choose Remove.
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