Malware researchers identify Free Coins as a potentially undesirable program, or PUP. Officially the app is represented at freecoins.co, and the website offers an active installer. Nonetheless, it has been found out that the application may reach your Windows operating system with the help of software bundles as well. Even though it is unlikely that the program will be installed onto your operating system silently, you should remove the PUP without further delay if this is how it is proliferated. All in all, there are a few different reasons you may want to delete Free Coins even if you have acquired it yourself.
On the official website of Free Coins, also known as Free Coins Desktop App, it is stated that the free-of-charge program will present beneficial offers and daily deals. It is worth mentioning that the program may also display the sponsored links of third parties, which is the main reason you may want to delete the PUP. Different banner advertisements may be used to present pathways to various sites. Unfortunately, there is no way to know if all of these sites are reliable. As you can understand, clicking on corrupted links and visiting sites managed by cyber criminals may be extremely dangerous. In fact, it may lead to the installation of dangerous threats. You need to delete infections if they have been infiltrated already.
In order to disable the activity associated to Free Coins, you can terminate processes FCUpdater.exe, FCMonitor.exe, FCUI.exe, and delete the related files wyupdate.exe, wyupdate4.exe, adxloader.dll, etc. If you manage to remove Free Coins components, the application will not start its processes automatically as soon as you turn on the computer, you will not be presented with pop-up suggestions, and the suspicious icon on the Task Bar will be deleted as well. Most importantly, third parties will not be able to present banner and pop-up advertisements suggesting you supposedly authentic deals or offers.
Even though Free Coins is just a PUP, you should consider its removal. The application is not malignant; however, it may expose you to potentially unreliable advertisements, and it may disrupt your computer operations. Overall, Free Coins removal is up to you. If you do choose to delete the program, you can employ automatic malware removal software, or you can proceed manually. The first option is more suitable to those who want to enable reliable Windows protection and guard the operating system against other threats. The manual removal is for those who are 100% sure they can guard their computers themselves.
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