- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
If you are an avid online shopper, you definitely look for ways to save your spending. Coupon Slider comes across as a browser add-on that can help you do it. The official website at coupon-slider.com says that Coupon Slider provides you with a list of coupons for an extensive number of online shopping websites. For example, 1-800-flowers.com, Walgreens, Target, Toys R Us and many other pages. Coupon Slider claims that it supports over a thousand websites.
Despite the fact that Coupon Slider is not a dangerous infection, it is considered a potentially unwanted application. The same applies to all the other browser add-ons similar to Coupon Slider, that have been released by 215 Apps - Coupon Caddy, Coupon Cactus, Savings Slider and many others. All these plugins are compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox internet browsers. If you have Coupon Slider installed and you visit a particular shopping website it supports, you are presented with a number of coupons, that is supposed to help you purchase something at a reasonable price.
However, quite a few users complain that Coupon Slider floods them with unnecessary pop-up advertisements that slow down their Internet connections. Some users even claim that the plugin has been installed on their computers without their consent, but that is not accurate. The truth is that even if Coupon Slider comes from third party websites with other freeware applications, you are still prompted about the oncoming installation. Therefore, you can choose whether you want to install this add-on or not. If you go through installation process without reading what is written on the installation wizard, then you definitely end up with Coupon Slider on your computer, even if that was not your initial intention.
You should avoid Coupon Slider, because it collects your browsing information and if it gets out of hands, the data collected might be used for illegal purposes. Protect yourself and your system by deleting the plugin from your browser. To do that, simply follow the instructions below:
How to remove Coupon Slider
Windows Vista & Windows 7
You are also advised to scan your PC with SpyHunter free scanner after manual removal, to make sure that you have removed all the unwanted applications from your system. Invest in a legitimate antimalware tool if need be.