ExtraLargeApp Ads Description
If you suddenly start observing large amounts of "Ads by ExtraLargeApp", you need to know that they are not created by a particular webpage. Instead, their origin can be traced to a certain ad-supported web plugin. Many useful applications, which are not sold for money, rely on ads to keep their license free. While such activity is totally understandable, this is not the case with ExtraLargeApp as it offers no other feature besides showing you ads. Allegedly, the newly created pop-ups, banners and in-text ads should make it easier for you to find the best deals at the moment. However, it is unlikely for this adware to enhance your online shopping as the promoted pages may turn out to be unreliable. Many malware infections happen after the user is redirected to compromised third-party pages by an adware tool, so you should ignore the ads. Their consequences for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer may also be unpleasant. It is possible for your browser to start working slower than normal or even to freeze once in a while. ExtraLargeApp can get access to your system when you install other free programs, so you should always read the details. If you decide to delete the adware due to its adverse effects, you should do it with a credible anti-malware application to make sure no files remain.
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Posted: July 10, 2015
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