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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow internet connection
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission

Rich Media View

Rich Media View is a browser extension which is promoted via, currently under construction, and by third party software distributors. Some computer users discover the application running on the operating system without permission, and this is considered to be illegal. What is more, the program could travel bundled with unreliable software which may require immediate removal. All in all, once installed, the application is set to flood Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome browsers with suspicious pop-up offers and commercial advertisements. Do not trust them if you do not want to put your virtual security at risk. Ignoring them is not a good idea either, and so we suggest that you remove Rich Media View immediately.

As mentioned already, the official download page of Rich Media View is currently ‘under construction’; however, its installer is still active. You may be offered to acquire the unreliable tool by some pop-up ads or it could be attached to the installer of your choice. In many cases it is the DOmaIQ installer which is responsible for the infiltration of the advertisement supported program. RRSavings, 123HD-Ready, and Genesisoffers are few other suspicious and probably unreliable applications which may be hidden by this installer. Needless to say, if more advertisement supported applications get installed together with Rich Media View, you can expect a true overflow of irritating pop-up, in-line and banner offers. Have you discovered that some of them are listed as ads by Offer4U? Despite the name difference, the presented ads still correspond to the adware installed on your operating system.

Just like Media Buzz, BetterSurf and other suspicious advertisement supported programs, Rich Media View can display offers suggesting that you need to update your media players, flash or java software. Do NOT install updates or programs which are presented via banner and pop-up ads unless you are 100% sure that they are authentic. Note that real, legitimate updates and installers are always available on official websites, and trusting random pop-up offers is not necessary. In fact, this could be extremely dangerous because fictitious update installers are often used to infiltrate malware and other suspicious software.

It truly is the best idea to have Rich Media View deleted from the operating system. This advertisement supported program can flood the browsers with all sorts of unreliable offers and misleading ads, and they could jeopardize your virtual security. If Rich Media View was installed onto the browsers without permission, it is clear that your operating system is vulnerable. To upgrade its protection – install authentic seucirty software. Do not hesitate to invest in this software because it will ensure that all threats currently running on the PC will be deleted as well.

Remove Rich Media View from Windows

Remove from Windows XP:

  1. Find the Task Bar at the bottom of the screen and click Start.
  2. Open the Control Panel and then double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Locate the undesirable application and Remove it without further delay.

Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:

  1. Open the Start menu from the Task Bar and select Control Panel.
  2. In the menu listing Windows utilities click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the app you wish to delete and then click Uninstall.

Remove from Windows 8:

  1. Access the Metro UI menu screen, right-click and select All apps.
  2. In the Apps menu click Control Panel and then Uninstall a program.
  3. Find the app you wish to delete, right-click it and select Uninstall.
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