A couple of weeks ago I downloaded and installed Free YouTube Download. Whenever I left click on the URL of a YouTube video, I highlight it and then when I right click to Copy the video URL this message appears. 1 I opened up notepad where I found the link, As soon as I highlighted it the same message above appeared. I copied the link and pasted it in to the address bar of my browser and then clicked on Paste and Go. Guess what, it brought me back to the same video. I clicked on Download, but It didn't download the video as there is not a trace of it in my download history. As soon as you highlight the address and then copy the same message appears and you end up going around in circles. Having found what a crap program this is I decided to uninstall it. I located it in the control panel see image 3 and proceeded to uninstall the program. After clicking uninstall this box appeared. 2 I ticked Delete settings and history and then upon clicking Uninstall, I'm taken to my browser and this page. https://www.dvdvideosoft.com/intera...oader&languageSuffix=en&ProgramVer=22.214.171.1245 It says: Free YouTube Download version 126.96.36.1995 has been deleted from your PC. I return to the control panel, and find the program is still listed, but the icons have changed. 3 To test I return to YouTube where I select a video, when I repeat what I did above I find the program has not been uninstalled. My next option was to look in my Program Files with a view to uninstall it manually. Here I find a folder DVDVideoSoft with these files. 4 Files 1 and 3 do nothing, when yo click files 2 and 4 you are taken back to your browser and that message saying the program has been deleted. I returned to Program Files where clicked on the Common Files folder. In there is another DVDVideoSoft folder. When you click on it you find 2 folders bin and lib and 2 files, a WAV file Chimes and a dll file psvince.dll. There is nothing in the bin folder, but there is quite a bit in the lib folder. 5 When you scroll down the list you'll find a file Uninstall, when you click on it you get this box again. 6 The next step is to uninstall the files manually. Press Ctrl+A to select all files and then the delete key. The usual message appears delete yes or no. Shortly after you've clicked yes you see the following 7 When you click on Try Again you get the same result, but when you click Skip you find the only folder remaining is vdnotifier. When I repeated the steps above so I could delete the vdnotifier folder this box appeared. 8 This is as far as I can go. I did another test on YouTube and although I've deleted all the files in image 5, I still get the same result as I got in image 1 when I load up a video. My next option doesn't bear thing about. A complete hard drive format. Thank you in advance for your help.