Media Player Enhance
Lately users are urged to be extremely careful when they download and install freeware applications onto their computers, because negligent behavior during the setup may result in a number of unwanted and potentially dangerous applications being installed on the PC. Media Player Enhance is one of such applications that are distributed bundled with freeware and then gets installed on your PC without even notifying you about it. It is an obvious trespassing of your privacy, so it is necessary to remove Media Player Enhance from your PC without any second thoughts.
Apart from Media Player Enhance, there might be many other applications installed on your computer at the same time. Since this adware program is not distributed via its own official home page, it travels with a list of potentially unwanted and even dangerous programs, such as NewPlayer or Activeris AntiMalware. Depending on where you download the batch installer file from, you may also be offered to install MyPCBackup and Mobogenie as well. Not to mention that your browsers default settings might be changed, and your default search engine could be modified without your permission.
That is definitely not Media Player Enhance’s doing, because the application is a mere adware program, but that just shows that you SHOULD NOT download any freeware program that you see available on a third party file hosting web page. Be responsible for your system’s security.
As far as Media Player Enhance itself is concerned, the program seems to be related to Lyrics family adware, as it uses the same icon and Feven is denoted as its creator. Hence, the application’s behavior is similar to the one exhibited by Lyrics Monkey, Boby Lyrics and other applications. Media Player Enhance displays commercial pop-up advertisements when you access popular online shopping websites, such as eBay, Amazon and others. It can also display third party coupon offers, as our research specialists have noticed Media Player Enhance displaying coupon offers by Jollywallet on kmart.com.
It means that Media Player Enhance does not generate the pop-up content itself. It displays third party content, that has nothing to do with it, and as a result, it cannot be responsible for whatever happens when you click any of the ads. In case the worst happens Media Player Enhance gets exploited by cyber criminals, you may be redirected to a corrupted website that employs shady marketing scheme, or worse – you could even get infected with malware.
To find out what programs must be removed from your computer alongside with Media Player Enhance, scan it with SpyHunter free scanner. After manual removal reset your browser settings to default and then do not hesitate to invest in a licensed computer security tool if need be.
How to remove Media Player Enhance
Windows Vista & Windows 7
How to reset browser settings to default
Should you have any detailed questions Media Player Enhance or any other related programs, please leave a comment in the box below.
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's