Beansplayer Removal Guide

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Although Beansplayer is promoted as a media player, specialists at do not recommend it for users who are looking for a good player of media files. They say that it would be best to delete this program if it is already installed on the computer. Beansplayer, without a doubt, is not an extremely harmful application, but it cannot be called fully reliable either because it does not work the way it should, i.e. it does not act as a beneficial media player even though it has an interface of a trustworthy application. What also makes Beansplayer a suspicious program is that it does not have an official website and finds alternative ways to show up on computers. Because of this, it has been classified as a potentially unwanted program, or PUP, by researchers. Keeping Beansplayer installed when there are so many other decent media players is a sin, according to our specialists, but read this article and then make a final decision about what to do with it yourself.

Beansplayer has all those pause, start, stop, and play buttons, and it uses and (free libraries), but it is far from trustworthy media players. It has been found that it only pretends to be beneficial. In reality, it does not do anything really useful. In fact, it contains a bunch of bugs, so it might not always open files, it might crash, freeze, or do not work at all after the installation. Our specialists do not consider this surprising at all because they have made a finding that the developer of Beansplayer is unknown, meaning that it, most probably, was released by inexperienced people/company. Do not let such a useless program stay on your computer when there are so many other decent media players on the market today. Some users say that they have started seeing all kinds of irritating commercial ads on their screens after installing this piece of software. If you are one of them, delete Beansplayer together with all components it has installed onto your computer.

A tough decision to classify Beansplayer as a potentially unwanted program has been made not only because this application contains bugs and does not work in a useful way. Specialists do not like how it is distributed too. They say that fully reliable applications are never distributed using the bundling method. Yes, this media player often travels in bundles with free software – this is one of the reasons why it has fallen under the PUP category. This also explains why malware analysts could not find its official website. This distribution method is so popular these days that other untrustworthy programs can sneak onto your PC inside software packages too. Luckily, the situation is not so desperate. It is possible to prevent treacherous software from sneaking onto the computer. Users only need to acquire SpyHunter (an antimalware suite) and leave it enabled on their computers.

Not all the users immediately understand that Beansplayer is installed on their computers, especially if it enters the computer in a software bundle, but, without a doubt, you are one of many users having it installed if you can find a folder BeansPlayer in %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%. Modifications this program applies are visible in the system registry too. You should be able to find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{0DB86D3A-F3B4-4541-AD28-D31249B2AF8E}_is1 if this program is already inside your system. Last but not least, Beansplayer also usually creates an entry in Control Panel, so you can check it too. Have you already detected this potentially unwanted program on your PC? If yes, you should know that it would be best to erase it.

Beansplayer has an uninstaller in Control Panel, but you will not erase it with ease. Unfortunately, as research has shown, it leaves leftovers. You will have to take care of them yourself. Our manual removal instructions located below this paragraph should help you, but you can, of course, delete this undesirable program fully with an automatic malware remover. This is the least time-consuming removal method.

Delete Beansplayer in a manual way

Remove the entry of Beansplayer

Windows XP

  1. Click on the Start menu button.
  2. Select Control Panel and go to Uninstall a program.
  3. Select the undesirable program and go to delete it.

Windows 7/Vista

  1. Click Start and then open Control Panel.
  2. Launch Uninstall a program.
  3. Find the program you wish to erase and select it.
  4. Click Uninstall.

Windows 8/8.1/10

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type Control Panel in the box you find there and click OK.
  3. Open Uninstall a program.
  4. Right-click on BeansPlayer version 1.0.
  5. Delete it.

Remove leftovers

  1. Tap Win+E to launch the Windows Explorer.
  2. Enter %PROGRAMFILES(x86)% at the top to open this directory.
  3. Delete the BeansPlayer folder.
  4. Close the Windows Explorer and launch the Registry Editor (press Win+R, enter regedit, and click OK).
  5. Delete this registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{0DB86D3A-F3B4-4541-AD28-D31249B2AF8E}_is1 (right-click on it and select Delete).
Download Remover for Beansplayer *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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