The Internet is full of trash programs that claim to provide you with never before seen functionality that will improve your user experience. MusicOptimizerLab is one such program, and we advise that you remove it. The truth is that this application will not provide you with any useful function since it is just a plain ad-supported program that masquerades as some update downloader/software provider. We also have reason to believe that it is distributed with malicious installers that inject it into your computer without your knowledge or consent. So if you got it unintentionally and you are having trouble getting rid of it, then refer to the uninstallation guide below.
Now, let us begin our analysis by dissecting how this program works. First and foremost, it is set to affect your web browsers. So if you are using Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer, then we want to make you aware that all of them will be affected. Nevertheless, MusicOptimizerLab does not feature a browser extension as it modifies the browsers via a continuously running background process. Its modifications involve automatically opening browser windows and redirecting to promoted websites. Furthermore, it can display pop-ups, coupons, banners, and other types of ads while you are casually surfing the web.
As you can see, this functionality is nothing like MusicOptimizerLab’s promotions claim. In truth, statements such as "Mix, optimize and improve all the tools you need to make music sounds better than ever. Automatic software updates with the newer products in the market. And those are for free” are lies. This program’s developers try to trick you into downloading this program by claiming that it will improve the sound quality of music played on your PC. However, its advertisements are in most cases related to music, but this is not the same as providing free software like the promotions say. So you might be wondering, who even makes such software that does absolutely nothing and employs deceptive advertising practices? Well, we are going to tell you.
Our research has revealed that MusicOptimizerLab was released by an adware-developing company called Tuto4Pc. This company is well known for making deceptive applications that look good on paper but do nothing in real life. You might want to check its website at Tuto4Pc.com for the full list of its fraudulent programs. Even though Tuto4Pc is a France-based software developer, its software is distributed around the globe using some questionable methods we want to elaborate on.
MusicOptimizerLab has a dedicated distribution website that hosts its standalone installer, but its download has been down for some time now. Unfortunately, it seems that its developers use more than one distribution channel because the number of infections is still on the rise. We suspect that it may come bundled with malicious installers featured on fake freeware websites. Its standalone installer may also be promoted on malicious search engines, but we have yet to find any cases of this.
So this is all of the information we have managed to obtain about this secretive adware program. Its promotional campaign is clearly misleading since this program does not offer the promised functions. Furthermore, it is distributed via malicious software bundles that may install it without your authorization. So it is highly recommended that you remove MusicOptimizerLab as soon as you can.
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