If you are worried about Blitz Media Player running because you have not installed it onto the operating Windows system yourself, we can reassure you that this Jenkat Media, Inc. program is not malicious. Of course, if you have accidentally acquired an application which only mimics the original one, there is a good chance that you cannot trust it. Unfortunately, you could even face unreliable versions of this program, and these could easily be used to expose security vulnerabilities and even enable illegal activity. Despite this, if you have installed the application from blitzmediaplayer.com, there are no doubts that the program is authentic and relatively harmless. When why do computer users decide to delete Blitz Media Player?
As our researchers have discovered, when you install Blitz Media Player onto your personal computer, in most cases 15 files (28.15 MB) are installed under C:\Program Files. These components help the media player to operate beneficially, as well as aid software updating. Our researchers have discovered a few other files which you need to be aware of. Do you know what HTTP cookies are? These are small files containing data which is collected during regular browsing sessions. If these cookies are active on your web browsers, they may collect information about your computer and your browsing activity. This data is meant to help the developers of the application to provide you with better services.
Even though Blitz Media Player is not a malicious computer program, you may want to delete it from the PC. Are you not comfortable about the third party activity which may be enabled by the application? Even though we do not indicate the program as malicious, you can follow the manual removal instructions below to delete Blitz Media Player from the PC.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8: