Do not install Codec Acceleration without weighing all the pros and cons first. If you are cautious, it is unlikely that you will find many pros because this advertisement supported program is intrusive and potentially dangerous. Even though the main service of the program should be the increased speed of video loading, what we have found out is that this extension primarily serves third party advertisers. Computer users download the application without recognizing that it enables the data-tracking cookies which belong to or which can be used by third parties. If you do not delete Codec Acceleration cookies, soon enough your browsers could be flooded with fictitious but mistakenly alluring offers and ads.
Most computer users would not even think about Codec Acceleration removal because this program is not represented in a clear manner. You can find it in the list of browser extensions; however, it is unlikely that you would link it to the flooding advertisements. At least not right away. The truth is that the program usually travels bundled with third party applications, and computer users accept the installation of Codec Acceleration without even thinking how it works. We recommend that you refuse the program and other applications (e.g., AllCheapPrice, Takethecoupon) distributed by the InstalleRex installer. If they have been installed already, make sure you delete these programs right away.
You can remove Codec Acceleration using the manual removal guides which are conveniently listed below; however, malware researchers warn that this program is unpredictable and may run on your PC alongside many malicious programs. Use automatic malware detection and removal software to make sure that all dangerous threats are deleted from the system and that your virtual security is taken care of. Keep in mind that only authentic security software can ensure reliable Windows protection.
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP: