Re: trying to uninstall the free youtube to mpp3 converter classic
Sadly I have had to not use dvdvideosoft because of all the extras it has even if you don't load them it can be a pain to get rid of.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Even though I have a comercial solution, I have been using youtube dl-g for ages now and its free and opensource and works.
I usually download the lowest audio I can get that being an m4a audio stream then convert to mp3 for playback.
The only way to get rid of this software is to reformat, that, the fact the addware kept changing and the fact they wanted subscription and with the terrible support I got eventually drove me away from using their software.
I used to use online converters but some of those went to.
I don't need to convert that many videos but when I do its mostly net streams and its easier to run archives from winamp as mp3 rather than videos online.
Its probably a lost cause trying to get rid of it the usual way, you have probably realised how bad it is and want to get rid of it.
Even if you do get rid of it the system will be still slightly mangled at least when I had it 3 years back it was.
I would do a full reformat and that will make it go away.
And I would use youtube dl-g which is a gui version of youtube, it works and I have been using it for the past year now.
On 7/1/2018 10:24 PM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
If that was not tried, I suspect that revo or other will have somewhat burned the bridges here.