TinyMediaPlayer Removal Guide

Do you know what TinyMediaPlayer is?

There are plenty of reliable media players that you can install for free and that will not flood your web browsers with random ads. TinyMediaPlayer is represented as a legitimate media player, but it will introduce suspicious ads. This potentially unwanted program is likely to introduce you to ads to convince you to purchase the paid version that costs $1.99 and disables the ads that are otherwise injected into the sites you visit. Another reason why the creator of this PUP injects ads is to generate additional profit. If you click the ads shown to you, they are likely to be rewarded for successful promotion. As you can imagine, this is one of the reasons to remove TinyMediaPlayer from your operating system.

According to our research, TinyMediaPlayer is very similar to Skyrocket Player, PlayThru Player, and other supposedly reliable media players that are, in fact, identified as potentially unwanted programs and require removal. All of these programs are believed to have hidden agenda, and it is unlikely that you will benefit from any of the services provided. In fact, most potentially unwanted programs do not even provide users with the basic services that are promised initially. Even though at tinymediaplayer.net the suspicious TinyMediaPlayer is showcased as the best media player that keeps “disks usage to a minimum,” it is unlikely that this program will be beneficial. Even if it is, you should remove this program to stop the suspicious in-text/pop-under/pop-up ads that could be injected. What is more, this PUP can record and store personally-identifiable information, which could be very dangerous.TinyMediaPlayer Removal GuideTinyMediaPlayer screenshot
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Even though we suggest deleting TinyMediaPlayer from your operating system, we want you to forget about this threat for a short moment and focus on other threats. Yes, other unreliable programs could have infiltrated your operating system, and you might be unaware of this. If malware is active on your PC, it is most likely that it was disguised as reliable and legitimate software. Due to this, we believe that using an automatic malware scanner is imperative. Install this tool right now to see if you need to delete TinyMediaPlayer-related infections.

It is obvious that the protection of your Windows operating system is weak. If you do not install authentic, trustworthy security software now, removing TinyMediaPlayer and the programs installed along with it are unlikely to be the last security issue you will encounter. Malware could slither in again, and next time you might encounter much more dangerous threats. It is advised that you install a security tool to protect your operating system and delete any active threats. Even if you can delete TinyMediaPlayer manually, you must not forget about the removal of third-party threats, as well as the protection of your operating system.

Remove TinyMediaPlayer

Remove from Windows XP

  1. Click Start on the Taskbar and open the Control Panel menu.
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs and Remove TinyMediaPlayer.

Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7

  1. Click the Windows icon on the Taskbar and open Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program (under Programs or Programs and Features).
  3. Right-click the program you want to delete and select Uninstall.

Remove from Windows 8 or Windows 8.1

  1. Move to the bottom-right corner of the screen in Metro UI to access the Charm bar.
  2. Click the Search icon and type Uninstall a program.
  3. Launch the utility and find the unwanted program.
  4. Right-click the program you want to delete and select Uninstall.

Remove from Windows 10

  1. Enter Control Panel into the search box on the Taskbar and launch this utility.
  2. Select Uninstall a program (under Programs or Programs and Features).
  3. Identify the program you want to delete, right-click it, and choose Uninstall.

In non-techie terms:

TinyMediaPlayer is a potentially unwanted program that can inject unpredictable advertisements and collect personal information. On top of that, it is unlikely that this program will provide you with authentic services that it promises. We suggest removing TinyMediaPlayer and replacing it with a legitimate media player. The manual removal guide might help you delete this PUP, but you must not forget about other infections that could be active on your PC. If you do not want malware corrupting your operating system now or in the future, install a legitimate security tool.