- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Have you recently been nagged by annoying ads? If so, then you probably have MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads installed on your system. Our researchers have categorized MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads as adware, thus, we encourage users to remove it as it only serves to benefit its developers while interfering with your browsing sessions. Hence, there is absolutely no reason why you should keep this vermin on your computer.
MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads is promoted as a useful application, designed to enhance user experience when watching videos on YouTube or any other video sharing platform, however, it does not do that. As mentioned MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads is considered an adware application and, apart from constantly harassing you with adverts, it may appear harmless. However, these days adverts are more dangerous than one might think as most advert promoters do not endorse the content they promote and MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads is one of those promotion tools.
Like many of today’s adware programs, MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads uses the pay-per-click system to generate revenue for its developers. Since the developers do not care what ads they promote, the user might be subjected to dangerous adverts. That’s why we encourage users to remove MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads as soon as possible.
MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads is distributed via bundled freeware that most likely comes from Cnet, Softonic and other similar freeware websites. If installed, MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads will start to display advertising banners and pop-ups on the web pages that you visit and random web page text will be turned into hyperlinks. So the user should keep an eye out for the small text on the top right of the advert, which states “brought to you by MediaPlay+vid1.1”, “Powered by MediaPlay+vid1.1”, “You’ve received a premium offer from MediaPlay+vid1.1” or “Ads by MediaPlay+vid1.1”. We always warn users not to click any ads provided by third parties, and we definitely encourage users to think twice before clicking an advert provided by MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads. Why, you ask? The answer is simple.
The content promoted via MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads might be fake, which means the user may purchase a product or service and never receive it. We advise users not to click pop-ups promoted by MediaPlay+vid1.1 as most of the ads are dedicated to promote potentially unreliable applications, such as web browser toolbars, system optimization utilities, and fake system updates that may jeopardize system security.
MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads is an annoying adware application that constantly intrudes and disrupts the user’s browsing. On top of that, it might be used to promote fake advertisements and unreliable software. So if you don’t want to nagged by unreliable ads, or any ads for that matter, we recommend removing the application generating them.
How to remove MediaPlay+vid1.1 Ads
Windows 8 and 8.1
Windows 7 and Vista