SpeedVideoPlayer is a potentially unwanted application that should act as a fast video player. It promises to allow creating awesome playlists and compile files in various formats. However, our researchers classify this program as a bad video player. It is very unlikely that SpeedVideoPlayer will provide you with all the features it should. Besides, this video player disturbs your online browsing with opening new tabs and displaying commercial advertisements. On the top of that, it tries to install additional programs, including unreliable and suspicious toolbars, to your computer. At the moment, there is no better security-related decision as to remove this bad video player from your system.
During their research, our security specialists have found that SpeedVideoPlayer is similar to some file compressors, including ZipperPro and VAFCompressor. An untrustworthy company develops both of those useless applications, and they are installed by the infamous DomalQ installer. The latter tries to bring additional possibly unwanted applications together with the program it installs. It means you should decline all the extra offers that SpeedVideoPlayer provides. Whether it is some toolbar, browser add-on, or some gaming-related application, it will probably cause you more troubles than benefits. So, if you decide to download SpeedVideoPlayer from its official source (a thing we recommend that you do not do), pay your utmost attention to each part of the installation wizard and deselect all the additional programs that the video player may try to bring on your PC.
Most often, SpeedVideoPlayer comes to people’s computers unnoticed. This happens when users download free software from file sharing websites, including Torrent and p2p sites. As it is in the case with the additional programs SpeedVideoPlayer brings, it is possible to deselect the video player as well when it comes in software bundles. However, many people rush through the installation wizards of downloaded programs thus missing a possibility to close the entrance for all the additionally offered programs.
You will soon notice the presence of SpeedVideoPlayer on your computer. This program is capable of showing you advertisements inside the player itself. You also should encounter third-party advertisements during your Internet browsing sessions. This is not only annoying but also could expose you to inappropriate content as those ads are supported by third parties over whom SpeedVideoPlayer has no control. In addition, this program will surely disturb and interrupt you by opening new browser tabs while you surf the Web.
All in all, you should not hesitate before conducting the full elimination of SpeedVideoPlayer from your computer. You will find the short instructions below that will help you get rid of the potentially unwanted application. Follow all the steps carefully and the bad video player will be gone forever. However, as you already know, it is highly possible that some other programs have managed to sneak on your device together with SpeedVideoPlayer. As you do not know the exact names of those programs, you will have to rely on trustworthy security software. A reliable protection tool will scan your system, find all the suspicious-looking applications, and remove them one by one. You can always ask us for a consultation on which security tool would suit your needs the best.
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