PDF Maker Removal Guide

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If you need to convert your documents into PDF files, you might come across a browser extension called PDF Maker. Before installing it, we recommend reading more about this tool as it falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs. While such applications are not said to be malicious, they may have undesirable qualities that could lead to disappointment. Talking about this add-on, its irritating quality could be third-party advertisements, as there is a possibility the application might display them while the user surfs the Internet. Also, the extension could modify browser preferences like its homepage or new tab page, which could also seem annoying to some users. To learn more about it, we invite you to read the rest of this report. What’s more, for users who already installed PDF Maker, but now wish to erase it, we can offer the deletion instructions located below the article.

It seems at the moment of writing PDF Maker is only compatible with Google Chrome browsers. Like other add-ons designed for these browsers, it is available Chrome Web Store (chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pdf-maker/lpmedofaljioejmmdbbdbkadeenbgjcf). Considering there are no reviews yet, we do not know if a lot of users would be willing to install it. Nonetheless, we believe that same as other potentially unwanted programs; it could be distributed through pop-up ads, redirects, bundled software installers, and so on. It is best to install tools only from reliable sources if you do not want to receive potentially dangerous programs. Also, we recommend doing a little research on the software you wish to install first. Users should look for expert reviews and find out who developed the chosen application. Naturally, it is safer to pick tools developed by reputable creators rather than unknown companies.

If the user installs PDF Maker, it might change his default search engine, homepage, or new tab page with feed.pdf-maker.com. You should know that this search engine might redirect to a modified Yahoo search engine. What it is vital to understand is that even though the results might be shown via search.yahoo.com, they could be altered by the potentially unwanted program. For example, the extension could place additional advertising from its third-party partners. We cannot be sure though since we have not seen any ads ourselves at the time, we tested PDF Maker, but it is possible they could appear later on. That is because the application’s Privacy Policy claims the software could collect information related to the user’s browsing. Plus, the document also mentions the tool could “Recommend content based on your preferences,” which could mean targeted advertisements.

If all things considered PDF Maker looks more annoying than useful and you do not think it deserves your trust, you could get rid of it. Users who are still in need for PDF converters should look for online tools that do not need any installation. Of course, you should make sure such tools have good reviews first. Besides, it might be smart to install a reliable security tool that could help you watch out for suspicious content and keep the system clean. Lastly, to delete PDF Maker, you could follow the instructions located below or install a trustworthy antimalware tool and leave this task to it.

Get rid of PDF Maker

  1. Press ALT+F and select Settings.
  2. Click on More tools and pick Extensions.
  3. Find PDF Maker.
  4. Press the trash bin button near it.
  5. Select Remove.
Download Remover for PDF Maker *
*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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