A lot of PC users have recently downloaded a program called Miul Downloads. This program is made to give the impression that it is a software download manager, but it is not. We recommend that you remove this program as soon as the opportunity arises. We have tested this program and have come to the conclusion that it is a potentially unwanted program that serves only one purpose — to secretly install unreliable third-party software. So yes, it does install software, but not the one you want. Its developers have devised a clever yet deceptive marketing tactics in order to trick you into installing it. If you have already installed this program, then we invite you to read this article. You will be surprised to learn what Miul Downloads actually does.
But before we jump into how this program works, let us take a moment to get to know this program’s origins. As far as we know, this program is distributed only via its dedicated website at Miul.com. However, its website does not provide any information regarding its developer which only serves to cast a shadow on Miul Downloads. Nevertheless, its installer features this program’s publisher which is called Volvan Premium. This company is a known distributor of unreliable software. We have recently written about a program called ZipperPro which is a fake file archiver and does pretty much the same as Miul Downloads. Therefore, there is no doubt that these programs are fictitious.
However, Miul Downloads is presented as a sort of software updater download manager. It is supposed to be a simple and intuitive system for keeping your computer updated. It is supposed to enable you to search and keep your software updated. Its website also claims that Miul Downloads features more than 18 000 programs. However, they are nowhere to be found. In fact, this program does not even have a user interface. It is also important to note that Miul Downloads itself is not installed; it only installs various unreliable third-party applications that fall into the categories, such as potentially unwanted program, adware, and so on.
If you tried installing Miul Downloads but you do not see its launch shortcut, then you should not be surprised, because there is not supposed to be one. This program only acts as the means for other programs to secretly enter your computer. If you want to keep your computer safe, then you should remove all of the programs that got onto your computer as a result of trying to install Miul Downloads. Please refer to the removal guide for more information. if you cannot identify the installed unreliable programs, then you should get a anti-malware scanner that removes adware and potentially unwanted programs to do the job for you.
How to uninstall Miul Downloads-related software
Windows 7 and Vista