I am looking for an adjective to represent a person behavior in which she/he aggressively informs us unnecessary things.

For example, during a conversation, she/he changes the topic with different thing that we are not interested in. Another example, someone tells what we already knows.

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Though it's not an adjective, a snoutband is:

someone who constantly interrupts conversation, typically only to contradict or correct someone


Discursive means:

digressing from subject to subject, relating to discourse

which relates to someone who continually changes the topic.

Someone who is loquacious tends to talk too much. That person could also be a rambler, and we could describe his style of speaking as verbose.

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