The good news is that while SpeedDownloader may be a bit annoying, it will not expose users to harmful content or threatening software. In addition to this, it does fulfill the purpose of a download Manager, but users might not notice any improvement when compared to the default download managers that Web browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Opera use. Although the removal of SpeedDownloader is not mandatory, users who ended up seeing this program on their computers and don’t remember installing it should consider getting rid of it as soon as possible since they are unlikely to enjoy any of its features.
The marketing content that SpeedDownloader may insert in Web browsers may vary, but it is likely that users will end up seeing a larger number of in-text ads, pop-ups, banners, and full-page ads while browsing their favorite websites. These ads may be labeled ‘SpeedDownloader Ads,’ but this may not always be the case. To keep your computer clean of PUPs like SpeedDownloader, you should always remember to download software from trustworthy websites, preferably ones that don’t require the use of their download manager. Furthermore, if you happen to download a freeware application, you should review the Installation steps carefully to make sure that it does not offer the installation of 3rd-party utilities that you don’t need. Last but not least, using a trustworthy anti-malware software suite may help you spot a PUP’s attempts to get on your computer, and it will also protect you from more severe threats that lurk on the Internet.