- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
If your daily browsing activities have been interrupted by Websize Ads, we are here to tell you that your computer is infected by an adware application called Websize. You should take steps to remedy this situation right now by deleting this program. If you do not, your user experience could be impeded even more, because adware is known to lead users to suspicious websites that contain even more ad-supported software that could be downloaded to your computer. To avoid this, you should remove Websize, getting rid of Websize Ads as a consequence.
The adware responsible for Websize Ads is made by SuperWeb LLC, a know developer of adware applications, like Zoomcheck, Solution Real, Optical Surf, Esuack, and others. All of these programs work in exactly the same way, are distributed using the same methods, and should be removed upon discovery. Do not worry, you will not miss them after you are done, because they do not perform any useful function. To help you stay informed about Websize Ads, we will now cover the way they work and are distributed.
Websize Ads appear on your web browser when your computer gets infected by its companion adware. When it gets on your computer, Websize starts tracking your browsing. It pays special attention to any information that could be used to determine your hobbies and interests. When enough data has been gathered, it is used to maximize the chance of you clicking any of the Websize Ads. We recommend against clicking them for any reason, because they could lead you to third-party websites containing threats to your computer security. To ensure that no malicious application can enter your system, it is best to remove Websize altogether.
Having covered the way Websize Ads appear on your browser window, we should now discuss how the adware responsible for them got there in the first place. Like most adware on the market, Websize is distributed together with a free program and several other applications, similar to Websize. This method is called freeware bundling. Apart from adware like Websize, bundles could contain browser hijackers, annoying toolbars, or, in rare cases, actual malicious programs. Seeing as bundles rely on your lack of attention paid while going through the installation steps, you should look out for checked boxes offering to install additional software. Make sure you check them all off. If you do not, uninstalling all the useless programs could get bothersome.
If you want to remove the possibility of ever seeing Websize Ads again, you will have to delete the cause – the Websize adware application. There are two ways to do it. You can uninstall it yourself or let a professional spyware removal tool do it for you with minimal hassle. While we advocate for the automatic option because it will also find any threats that could also be present on your system, doing it manually will also work. It’s just not as convenient. For those who prefer doing it manually, the instructions are provided below.
Websize Ads Removal
Windows 7 and Windows Vista