We have tested TestSpeeder to find out what this program is all about, and the results were unexpected. The program, also known by the name SpeedChecker, is promoted as an Internet-speed tester; however, what we have discovered is that the application represents advertisements, due to which it should be removed. Do you expect to face an avalanche of banner/pop-up ads after installing a tool that has nothing to do with online advertising altogether? Of course you do not, which is why the application is considered to be unreliable and quite misleading. Do you want to learn how to delete TestSpeeder advertisement-supported program? Then this report is what you have been looking for.
TestSpeeder is believed to be a clone of BetterMarkit, Remarkable, BestMarkit, and other ad-supported programs alike. Even though these applications are not represented as fake Internet-speed testers, they install web cookies to gather as much information about your browsing behavior as possible and connect the system to remote advertising servers to allow affiliated parties to place their offers, deals and ads on the pages you visit. This is why you must remove TestSpeeder from the operating system! If you do not, you will be flooded with advertisements and offers which could be operated by schemers. Even though this is a risk which only some users will face, it is still a risk you should not take.
Even though any TestSpeeder pop-up, banner or interstitial ad could hide a link to an unreliable site, you have to be most careful with the presented software update offers. If you face an ad warning that your browsers or Flash players are out of date – check the official websites for available updates. The last thing you should do is click on random TestSpeeder update offers because this may be enough to execute bundled installers. It is most likely that you will need to remove software promoted in this manner, so in order to save time and energy we do not recommend trusting suspicious software bundles altogether.
What is your preferred method of adware removal? Do you choose to delete TestSpeeder manually? If so, you may have performed the manual removal steps displayed below already. What about leftover files? Unfortunately, these may be present on the system, and you should delete them as well. If you prefer the automatic TestSpeeder removal, you have to install a trustworthy security tool. If you do, you will not need to worry about the removal of any threats or the security of the system altogether.
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