How to remove BlueStacks
What is BlueStacks
BlueStacks or BlueStacks App Player is an Android Emulator that allows Android apps to run on Microsoft Windows and macOS. It’s a legitimate program used by many people for various reasons, such as playing mobile games on a more convenient platform. However, because it uses a lot of computer resources to run, it negatively affects the computer’s performance. This is a cause of concern for many users who may then start thinking that BlueStacks is a virus. While it’s not difficult to see why users may refer to it as such, BlueStacks is not a virus and it should not damage your computer.
One thing should be mentioned about BlueStacks is that if you were to use it, you need to download it from the official source only. Do not trust any third-party source and certainly do not download it from questionable sources, such as ads. The only reliable source for BlueStacks is the official website. Otherwise, you may get bundled programs that could come attached to BlueStacks. Additional programs often come attached to legitimate software, and if users do not deselect them during installation, they end up installing unwanted items.
Is BlueStacks safe
If you are reading this, you made the right decision to research a program before installing it. Fortunately, BlueStacks is safe to use, and certainly should not be called BlueStacks virus. However, it does exhibit some behaviour that users question. It’s most to do with the computer’s performance while BlueStacks is running. Numerous users have reported that their computers start running very slowly when this Android Emulator is installed. This is especially noticeable in older computers or those that are already full of other resource-consuming software.
BlueStacks is a pretty large program, thus you should make sure your computer has plenty of space to spare before you install. It also requires a minimum of 2GB of RAM, and consumes a lot of memory. If you’re using an older or less-powerful computer, you will find that running BlueStacks makes your system sluggish and much more laggy. This often gives users the impression that BlueStacks could be malware but that certainly is not the case.
BlueStacks is safe as long as the program is downloaded from the official source. By using third-party sources, you’re not only risking installing unwanted programs alongside, you’re also risking potentially installing something malicious. It’s not unusual for malware to be disguised as legitimate software. So you may think that what you’re downloading is BlueStacks but it could turn out to be something else entirely.
How to remove BlueStacks
Many users have reported that they are having trouble with BlueStacks removal. Since it’s not malware, anti-malware software will not detect or remove it. However, you should be able to delete BlueStacks yourself if you boot your computer in Safe Mode. Once in Safe Mode, you should be able to uninstall BlueStacks as normal.
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