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On the sign on screen apparently you have recently set the default to "stay signed on". That's not your choice to make. If for some odd reason I should want to stay signed on that's my choice and I can click the "stay signed on" box. I shouldn't have to un-check the box every time I go to sign on.
How about fixing that?
Thank you for your feedback about the auto-play videos. As a result, we’ve created an option just for you to turn off this feature in AOL.com.
To do so, please follow the link below and toggle the option on https://www.aol.com/preferences/
*Please note – you will need to be logged in for the feature to work.
Every single page on the website seems to have at least 3. I shouldn't have to wait for the pause button to show up to stop it. Over half the time the pause doesn't do anything anyway. After they auto restart a few times I just close AOL down and go somewhere else for news and entertainment. I shouldn't have to do that. I should have the choice to start it if I want to see it. Some of your partners auto play video ads pop up right over top of what I'm trying to read or what I'm looking at.
If you are still seeing spyware pop-up ads on Aol.com, please persons to this post in a comment with:
- the information in the ad
- the url of the page you are on
- the browser you are using.
Since you've become an Oath brand every couple days I've been getting a browser hijacking pop up telling me "Windows has detected your os is out of date and infected. Please click,,,"
I don't have any Windows product protecting my system and with the pop-up my only options are to either click where it wants me to or to control/alt/delete and shut down my computer.
The caption says "best used cars under $5000.00" but the picture is a Maserati.