- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Do you believe that Top-That will help you browse the web in a much easier and comfortable way? You probably do; otherwise, you would not have downloaded this unreliable ad-supported program onto your operating system. According to the information on top-that.com, this adware is “great for viewing […] pages, refreshing and more without using your browser top navigation menu.” Needless to say, the service is very vague, but many computer users do not care about how certain programs work, as long as they are beneficial. Obviously, this is the kind of attitude that allows malicious programs thrive, and this is why so many users are now trying to remove Top-That.
Top-That belongs to the infamous Lyrics family, and it is grouped with Ideal Deal, Ayoora, Search Armor, and similar ad-supported programs. Luckily, these programs are unlikely to travel packaged together; however, you might find them bundled with other unreliable programs. According to our research, you might have to delete Top-That-related PUPs and other ad-supported programs. Some of these programs could be much more malicious, and their removal might be more important. Of course, we do not say that this advertisement-supported program does not need your attention, because it certainly does. In fact, if you ignore this adware, it could get you in trouble very fast.
If Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox browsers are all installed on your PC, it is possible that you will need to delete Top-That from all of them. The main reason why we recommend deleting this browser extension is to stop the injecting of third-party ads. Top-That will start injecting advertisements as soon as it enters your operating system and collects certain information about you. Although this adware is unlikely to collect personal information, it can record information regarding your browsers, your operating system, and content you view online. This is the responsibility of tracking cookies that you can delete, but, if you do, the suspicious Top-That is unlikely to stop functioning.
Not all computer users are experienced when it comes to the removal of unreliable programs. Even if a program has an uninstaller, it does not mean that you will get rid of this program after uninstalling it. The same goes with Top-That. Once you uninstall this program, you need to inspect your operating system to see if you do not need to get rid of leftovers. Even if leftovers do not exist, you need to scan your PC to make sure that you do not need to take care of other threats. If you find that your operating system is heavily infected, it is wise to install an automated malware detection and removal tool.
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