Premium Download Manager
Premium Download Manager is an unreliable installer that is used for the distribution of various suspicious programs. Even though the manager might introduce users to harmless programs, it has been discovered that it could spread adware, browser hijackers, and potentially unwanted programs as well. Our malware researchers indicate that this manager is a potentially unwanted program (or PUP) itself, and you need to delete it! If you need help removing Premium Download Manager, you should read this report.
You can go to premiumdownloadmanager.com to download Premium Download Manager onto your operating system. We do not recommend this, because, if you install the app, you will need to delete it. Unfortunately, many computer users are tricked into thinking that Premium Download Manager can increase download speeds and help manage downloads from a single interface. Of course, most users will face this download manager after executing the installers found on suspicious, possibly unreliable websites. As you might know, applications downloaded from unreliable sites often require removal.
After testing Premium Download Manager, our researchers have discovered that this installer could help with the distribution of browser helper objects (BHO), potentially unwanted program Ticno, and such adware as PriceFountain, PriceGong, and WebZoom. If you need more information about these programs, you can check individual removal guides. Of course, we can tell you right away that you will need to delete them. Note that these are not the only programs that you might need to delete from your operating system if you decide to trust the services of Premium Download Manager.
Premium Download Manager can install software silently, and the software that it installs is unreliable. For this reason, you should delete this potentially unwanted program from your operating system as soon as possible. You also need to delete Premium Download Manager to stop the numerous pop-up surveys that could be used to collect personal information. Therefore, after you delete the download manager and the associated threats, you need to scan your PC!
Once you scan your PC, you need to figure out which is the best and quickest way to eliminate the existing threats. If you want to remove Premium Download Manager manually, you can follow the instructions below. These removal instructions might be helpful when dealing with PUPs and adware, but we do not recommend relying on them if you are not experienced, in which case, automatic malware removal software should be employed.
Premium Download Manager Removal
Remove from Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
Remove from Windows Vista and Windows 7
Remove from Windows XP
Remove from Internet Explorer
Remove from Mozilla Firefox