There is a growing tendency among shady software developers to roll out highly suspicious file archivers that refuse to work or do not feature a user interface at all. So you might want to remove ZipperPro, because it is a nonfunctional file archiver that does not actually work. We have analyzed this program and have classified it as potentially unwanted. Straight out of the box, ZipperPro cannot compress, decompress, or do any of the other functions a barebones archiver ought to do. This has led us to analyze it a bit more deeply. As it turns out, this program has the ability to display commercial advertisements. Thus, it is obvious that if you have this archiver, then you should opt for an alternative, because this one is no good.
ZipperPro is a product developed by a software company called SoftPulse SL. This company is based in Guia de Isora, Tenerife, in Spain, in a well-known distributor of unreliable software. Could it be just a coincidence that another potentially unwanted program posing as a file archiver called Z-Zip also comes from this location? But Z-Zip is said to be developed by ElementSoft. Is ElementSoft an alias of SoftPulse SL? Perhaps. However, this still has to be proven. In any case, this fact only makes these programs more suspicious.
Our research shows that ZipperPro is currently being distributed using two methods. The most popular one is the use of bundled software as a means of tricking you into installing this program without even realizing it, as bundles are made deliberately to hide additional software. It is also a known fact that ZipperPro is put up for download on its dedicated website at Zipperpro.com. It must be noted, however, that the installer found on its website may also contain various shady toolbars, and even adware. So regardless of where you get this archiver from, additional unreliable software is sure to follow.
ZipperPro is set to give the impression that it is on par with industry heavyweights, such as WinRar and 7-Zip, but it is not. Currently there is no working sample of this program available for testing. But, if you somehow got this program with a functioning interface, then you should be aware it may present advertisements on it. Furthermore, this program may also display ads on your browser and even open new tab pages. Due to the fact that the content that this program promotes is supplied by third parties, there is no way to determine if the ads are safe. It is possible that this program may promote other potentially unwanted programs, which are highly undesirable, as you can see.
All of the information provided supports our initial stance on this program. It is a potentially unwanted program that is not malicious, but does not provide you with the functionality it claims to provide. The Internet is now full of commercial advertising, so adding more of it on your screen will not do you any good, as content promoted by this program cannot be verified as trusted. So we recommend that you remove ZipperPro.
Uninstall ZipperPro from Windows
Windows 8 and 8.1
Windows 7 and Vista