BigDeal is an advertising-supported program that can easily turn into a big problem if you delay removing it from your PC. This application will show up on your system as an add-on to all the major web browsers in order to fill your screen with various third-party commercial offers. The ads might seem beneficial at first, especially if you prefer to shop online, but bear in mind you will rarely be presented with useful proposals. No matter what BigDeal might promise, it really does not care about saving you money. Moreover, you should identify this app as a potential risk that can not only slow down your online activities, but also lead to security-related issues. The dangers BigDeal might expose you to far exceed the unique functions it provides, so delete this program from your PC right this second.
BigDeal was created having only one thing in mind: to display third-party ads. You might notice the increase in advertisements on such online retailers as Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, and other commercial sites. Still, it is possible that pop-ups and banners will annoy you even on seemingly random webpages, thereby forcing you to consider the possibility of removing this app. And getting rid of this program would be a wise choice: Not all content BigDeals serves should be trusted. In fact, adware is notorious for shunning the responsibility for the third-party content it promotes. In other words, clicking on the promoted links might take you to sites that, for example, host malware with the aim of ensuring its access to target systems. As we are sure you want to surf the web as securely as possible, remove BigDeal from your PC without any further hesitation.
BigDeal is a JustPlugIt-based adware app that enters systems with the assistance of InstallRex installers. You can find these installation programs on various unreliable file sharing (e.g., torrent) sites. Be especially careful when you download freeware or shareware programs because they can be packaged with additional applications, and BigDeal might be one of them. It would be wise to follow the information provided by the installation wizard if you do not want to drop onto your system multiple questionable apps that you will need to remove.
It is urgent that you delete BigDeal from your machine because this application might end up being intrusive, even hostile. Usually, more experienced users are able to remove this program from Control Panel (see instructions below), but we encourage you to acquire a professional malware scanner to complete this task. Such software is indispensable when making sure the security of your system is not being undermined by hidden threats.
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