- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
RandomDealApp adware application promises you the access to all the available deals on the Internet. You may find it interesting and want to try it. However, take a pause there and listen to our advice instead. While RandomDealApp suggests you to shop wisely and make the right choice. In fact the right choice would be to delete this application on the spot. No, RandomDealApp is not a malicious infection. However, let us explain why you should not allow this program to stay on your computer.
First of all, your nerves could be shattered, because RandomDealApp will surely make you lose your patience. Each time you use the Internet you will see annoying advertisements with labels like “Powered by RandomDealApp.” They will disturb your work and even slow your computer’s central processing unit. To provide you with more inviting ads, RandomDealApp will also collect marketing- type data about you. The goal is to attract your interest and make you click on banners, coupons, and everything else RandomDealApp generates. However, it is highly recommended not to click on everything produced by this program. You will find yourself on an unknown territory where the third-party laws are applied. We do not want to scare you but please keep in mind that people with suspicious intentions may take control of all the sensitive information you enter while using the Internet, including your passwords and login credentials.
There is one more reason not to keep RandomDealApp. Our researchers have not found any website associated with this application. It means that most of the time, RandomDealApp enters your computer without you noticing it. Most likely you were attracted by an offer to install a download manager, video player, or some other program, which brought RandomDealApp together in a bundle. Sometimes it is possible to decline additional programs during the installation process; however, we know that not every user pays enough attention and reads the setup wizard thoughtfully. In any case, if you have found RandomDealApp installed, it is better to check your computer for the presence of some unwanted software. Our research team had registered some cases when RandomDealApp came with various browser hijackers. We can list oursurfing.com and Websearch.hotfindings.info as examples.
RandomDealApp comes from the Multiplug family. Members of this family, such as SlimPrice, DealPlug, and IncreaseApp, are semi random name applications, which means that they generate capital letters in their name in different ways. Despite this, you will face no troubles finding the presence of RandomDealApp on your system.
It is easy to prevent the incoming of RandomDealApp, other adware applications, or other dangerous and malicious software on your computer. All you have to do is obtain a legitimate antimalware program. If you are looking for a recommendation, please ask any question in the comment box below. Also, you can contact us via Google+, Facebook, or Twitter. We are always ready to help you.
On a more positive note, we can say that there is no big problem in removing RandomDealApp. The task is very simple for users of Internet Explorer (it will disappear when you uninstall it through Control Panel), while users of Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome will have to delete RandomDealApp extensions from their browser’s settings manually. Do not panic and read below for our instructions.
Remove RandomDealApp from the system
Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
Windows 7 or Windows Vista
Remove RandomDealApp from the browser