Video Performer Manager is a program, which may be presented as a powerful optimization tool for Windows users. Once this program is added to the PC system, it starts looking for registry errors and bad registry files. After it finishes its scanning, Video Performer Manager displays scan results that are typically filled with hundreds of registry errors and issues. In most of the cases, these errors are related to Java software or similar video-related programs. Of course, after reporting about PC-related issues and scaring unaware PC users, this program immediately offers to fix them. Unfortunately, we do not recommend paying for Video Performer Manager's license because it's yet another questionable PC optimization tool that may try to earn some easy money. If you do not want to lose it, you should ignore Video Performer Manager alerts and remove its trial version from the system.
How can Video Performer Manager appear on my computer?
Video Performer Manager and similar programs are often promoted via download websites that sometimes are tricked into promoting them for monetization. In addition, you may also be tricked into downloading this program when visiting doubtful websites that display questionable ads. These ads typically inform people about possible dangers, system slow downs and similar issues, and then offer to fix them. However, once you click on such ads, you can easily be tricked into downloading Video Performer Manager or other questionable program on your computer. If you have already been tricked into this, you should ignore all alerts that belong to this application. In addition, you should remove Video Performer Manager from your computer and never purchase its licensed version.
How to remove Video Performer Manager from my computer?
Although this program looks genuine, we don't recommend trusting it. In order to remove it from the system, you should scan your computer with reliable anti-spyware program. In this case, we recommend using Reimage, Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus or Malwarebytes Anti Malware. You can also follow these steps:
- Click Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program.
- When in the Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program and look for Video Performer Manager.
- Click 'Uninstall' and then OK to save the changes.