The giant tech company Microsoft does not stop its efforts to update its systems that run its desktops and laptops, and rid users of all unimportant applications, yet there are still malicious applications on those computers that need to be removed manually.
Among the most outstanding applications ..
When it was released in 2007, Microsoft Silverlight was destined to become a global rich media player tool on the Internet similar to Adobe Flash.
Today, if you visit the official Silverlight page in Microsoft Edge, you will see a notification that it is no longer supported by Microsoft’s official browser, and it tells us all about how useless it is to maintain that program.
Are there still uses for Flash? Surely not on smartphones and tablets, because it is not useful for displaying mobile content.
Once Adobe Flash was the universal software for playing videos, games, and Internet content, it was time for that application to be retired for good.
This is mainly due to the program’s vulnerability to malicious attacks due to its many vulnerabilities, which has made it the program of choice for virus and malware developers, according to Singapore’s MakeTechEasier website.
Undoubtedly, most of the people no longer use the Java application due to the millions of cyber criminals who have made this cute software their preferred target for their cyberattacks and it is a good reason to uninstall this application from your device.
Since this list is about Windows software, we recommend that after using iTunes on Windows 10 devices, the user experience may become slow, cumbersome, and boring due to the auto-sync feature.
There are many incompatibilities in the software; Which causes menu items to appear incorrectly on the Windows screen.
Right now, it will feel pretty messy when you run Apple Software Update on Windows 10.
If you are using a Windows 10 device, save yourself the hassle and frustration and get rid of iTunes, Windows is not designed for this program.
Also note that uninstalling iTunes will also lead to suffering and difficulties; So if you have this software, check out the latest instructions from Apple on how to get rid of it and its components.
It is Apple’s video player, although it is still a current application on macOS, the company no longer supports the Windows version since 2016.
Shortly after Apple announced that QuickTime for Windows had been deprecated, the software was confirmed to contain some critical vulnerabilities, according to Makeuseof.
And since Apple will never fix these errors, it is no longer safe to install QuickTime.
Once upon a time, software was the unrivaled choice for media playback on Windows and other systems, but CyberLink PowerDVD is getting cumbersome and time consuming, and the experience has turned into an advertising slideshow.
Even after uninstalling PowerDVD, there will still be some leftover software and registry entries everywhere; Therefore, you will need to learn how to remove the entire program from your system.
Unlike many of the other programs on this list, CCleaner has its advantages; It can be used to clean the Windows system registry and remove unwanted programs. This program is used by most technicians and recommends daily use, but is it really as good as it sounds?
It should be remembered that CCleaner was useful when Windows devices had many security vulnerabilities and features, but in 2021, this is no longer the case, because recent Windows updates fix many important vulnerabilities.
And when you use a third-party program to deal with registry errors, it can cause more damage than expected.
Like CCleaner, uTorrent was once a popular and favorite tool for many users; It was the number one torrent downloader for Android on the Google Play Store with over 100 million downloads.
This application downloads files at high speeds using the BitTorrent Super Distribution Communication Protocol for peer-to-peer (“P2P”) file sharing.
But this app has had a ton of issues over the years that make it unreliable now, according to MakeTechEasier.
The worst thing it did was in 2015, when packages were found to mine cryptocurrencies without informing users, causing the company to make money without their knowledge.
In addition to the numerous ads cluttered in the interface of the application.
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