Pando Media Booster is a small application (PMB.exe) that accelerates the streaming and downloading of high quality media such as High-Definition videos and large games. It uses Pando Networks' secured managed peer-assisted technology. Go to the top.
Pando Media Booster (PMB.exe) enables you with a faster, richer experience; by downloading media from multiple sources simultaneously. Enjoy high quality media such as full-screen high definition video and large downloads such as gaming software delivered to you at blazing-fast speed. Pando Media Booster will only be used to deliver content requested by you. Go to the top.
Absolutely not. Pando Media Booster will only transfer fragments of files that you had previously streamed or requested to download. It will do so sparingly to ensure minimal use of your PC resources. Go to the top.
No. Pando Media Booster cannot and would not access, record, or transfer any personal or personally identifiable information. Go to the top.
Never! Pando Media booster is safe and secure. It provides no direct communications between its users. Additionally, Pando needs to verify each file and authenticate its publisher before it can connect. Given that it has no access to your personal files or knowledge of your personal identity, it can neither verify your files nor authenticate you as a publisher, thus it cannot connect to allow access to your files or online activities. Go to the top.
Pando Media Booster was installed on your system when you chose to download, install or stream a large media file from one of the many publishers who use Pando to enhance your speed and experience. Go to the top.
Absolutely not! Pando Media Booster is a safe program, independently verified and signed by VeriSign . All files and processes are publicly disclosed and clearly displayed to any user. It can always be shut down or fully removed.
Pando Media Booster will never carry viruses, spam, or spyware and will not be used to track personal information, files or browsing habits. Additionally the identity of your computer is not known to other network users so they cannot attempt to transfer files to you - similarly, you cannot ask them for a file. Furthermore, Pando's servers must verify each file and authenticate each publisher before a transfer can initiate. Verified Pando publishers are typically commercial entities such as TV Networks, Software publishers and Gaming companies. Go to the top.
Pando Media Booster is only activated to deliver Pando-enabled downloads from a commercial sources such as TV Networks, Software publishers and Gaming companies. It cannot be downloaded and installed independently, however if you would like to use Pando's technology to send and receive your own large files in high speed with friends, family and colleagues, we suggest you join the over 20 million users who already installed Pando's free award-winning application at http://www.pando.com Go to the top.
You can read more about Media Booster and the Game Downloader under the Products section of the Pando Networks Web Site. For additional details and pricing contact our sales department. Go to the top.
Pando Media Booster is designed to consume very minimal system resources and bandwidth. It automatically adjusts it's use of bandwidth to avoid interfering with high bandwidth activity such as game play. Go to the top.
In Windows XP, go to Control Panel and choose the Pando Media Booster icon to open the Options dialog box.
In Windows 7 or Vista, go to Control Panel, then select “Network and Internet Connections” to find the icon.
If you cannot find the Pando Media Booster icon in this location, you may be using an outdated version of PMB. You can upgrade to the newest version at this link.NOTE: If you are a Windows® Vista 64-bit user, you may need to first go to 'Additional Options' (example ) and choose 'View 32-bit Control Panel Items' (example ) to see the Pando Media Booster icon.
In Windows XP
Start -> Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs. Find Pando Media Booster and click on it. Now click the 'Remove' button. Some files may remain on your computer until the next time you restart it.