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Danger level 3
Type: Adware

One Daily Video

You would not believe how many annoying programs are out there, and how often users end up installing them on their PCs. One Daily Video is one of such programs that do not pose immediate security threats, but still you should not tolerate it. Scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual removal instructions and delete One Daily Video today. When we deal with potentially unwanted applications, we have to remember that users often download them in software packages, so chances are One Daily Video is not the only potentially unwanted program currently running on your machine.

One Daily Video is categorized as a potentially unwanted program because there is a good chance users do not even need it on their systems. Not to mention that if you intend to download a program, you usually do it from the official website. The official website for One Daily Video is located at, but this page does not offer any download link. It only looks like a poor version of other popular online video streaming websites. The page is obviously underdeveloped, and even if pieces of scarce information claim that more features will be added soon, that is no reason to trust the program or its developers.

Now that we have established that One Daily Video does not have a direct distribution link, it should be made clear that the program was installed on your computer along with other freeware applications. Have you recently downloaded a program or a file from a third-party source? Did you have to go through an installation wizard to set it up on your PC? If the answer is yes, then it is possible that this was when One Daily Video was installed on your system as well. Our research suggests that most of the time this application comes bundled with EpsanDrive, Kikblaster, Adblocker Premium adware programs, and other potentially unwanted applications like VuuPC.

With One Daily Video installed on your PC, you will see a different video at the right corner of your desktop every single day. Obviously, you can close this video, but do you really have to suffer this automatic pop-up on a daily basis? Not to mention that from time to time One Daily Video will offer to install additional software, and there is no guarantee that the software in question is secure. Consequently, we can see that One Daily Video is associated with unreliable third parties, and thus the program could be easily exploited for malevolent purposes. Therefore, it is important to delete One Daily Video from your system as soon as possible.

Open your Control Panel and uninstall One Daily Video. Take note; however, that removal through Control Panel deletes only the part of the program that displays annoying videos. The remaining files have to be deleted manually from the Program Files directory. The directory is located in a different patch in each operating system, so if you are using an older operating system that does not offer the search function on the Start menu, do take your time and find out how to locate the directory on your computer.

Last, but not least, acquire a licensed antispyware tool because you need to protect your PC from potential threats. Not to mention that you will be able to run regular system scans as a prevention measure.

How to Delete One Daily Video

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Slide the mouse cursor to the bottom right of the screen.
  2. When the Charm bar appears, click Settings and go to Control Panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program and remove One Daily Video.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove One Daily Video.

Windows XP

  1. Click the Start menu button and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall One Daily Video.
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