What is WebPlayer?
WebPlayer is a computer application which you could install onto Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows 8 operating systems. The program is meant to help you watch favorite TV channels for free, and this is the first sign which indicates that you should inspect the application further, as there are plenty of unreliable applications alike. Our cyber security experts even categorize this player as a potentially unwanted program because it could not act as beneficially as it promises to. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, the program could easily be bundled with other software. If this is how you have chosen to install it onto the PC, you need to be extremely cautious about any other potentially undesirable programs which could be packaged together. So, how should you delete WebPlayer if you do not wish it running on the operating system?
How does WebPlayer work?
If you wish to access recorded or live streams of TF1, M6, France 4, Canal+, RMC Discovery, and other popular French TV channels, you may be tempted to install WebPlayer onto the operating Windows system. Unfortunately, the program is not available from webplayer.tv, which means that you may use third party services when acquiring it. You certainly should not install any desired software without familiarizing yourself with the privacy policies first, and we recommend focusing on the information related to third parties, web cookies and data collection. If you do not find any suspicious, compromising information, you probably will be able to run the application risk-free. Regardless, our researchers have discovered that the program could run web cookies which could be used to spy on your virtual activity. Even if these HTTP cookies cannot collect private, personally identifiable information, we recommend that you handle them with the necessary precaution.
How to remove WebPlayer?
Even though there is no compromising information related to WebPlayer, we categorize it as a potentially unwanted program. This application could install web cookies and is likely to work together with unfamiliar third party companies. Even though this does not automatically put you at risk, we suggest that you take the measures which will help you keep the operating system guarded against any threats. First of all, thoroughly research the applications you wish to download onto your personal computer. Secondly, make sure that automatic malware detection and removal software is installed to keep the PC clean at all times. If you are not pleased with certain applications you have installed – remove them. Follow the manual removal guides below to learn how you can delete WebPlayer if you want this.
Delete WebPlayer from the PC
Delete from Windows 8:
- Right-click on the Metro UI menu, select All apps and open the Control Panel.
- Move to Uninstall a program and right-click the one you wish to remove. Click Uninstall.
Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
- Open the Start menu, click Control Panel and then Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the application you want to remove from the computer and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows XP:
- Click Start on the Task Bar and select Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs, select the undesirable application and select Remove.
If you have discovered any suspicious, unauthorized, possibly malicious applications running on the PC, you need to examine the operating system as soon as possible. We recommend installing automatic malware detection and removal software to delete existing threats and to keep the PC guarded in the future.
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