EasyInline is an extension that attaches itself to your browser and serves you contextual ads without your permission. This could get annoying!
You may have noticed recently that your Google Chrome suddenly starts displaying double lines (contextual ads) under certain words in a lot of websites you visit. This may not be a problem if the sites are just monetizing their content by subscribing to such contextual advertising. It however becomes irritating when you are visiting your own site/blog (on your local machine) and these ads show up without your permission. In such a case, you likely have an unwanted extension (EasyInline) installed in your Google Chrome. Here?s how to remove it:
EasyInline is actually an extension called Fast Save. Click on the icon that looks like a wrench at the top right of your browser.
Go to Tools > Extensions.
Notice the Extension called Fast Save. Press the trash icon on its right to delete from Chrome.
Those contextual ads showing up without permission on your own site should now be removed.