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(Okay, that was a lame dialog.)There are many dot Techies who are OK with advertisements; but there are also others that are not.
Out of those that dislike ads, there are some that block ads and there are some that would like to block ads but don’t know how. This article will show you how to block ads on the four major browsers used by Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8, Mac OS X, and Linux users: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Opera. Before we get into telling you how to block ads on Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Opera, I want to point out two methods you can use to block all ads on your computer regardless of which program or browser the ads are shown in.
You need to select one of the filters to use; unless you know what you are doing, just leave it at “Easy List” and click “Add subscription”.
After the initial installation you can select to use more than one filter (“Tools” - “Add Filter Subscription…”) but in all honesty one filter is more than enough to block 99.5% of ads.
If you use any of the two system-wide ad-blocking methods mentioned below, you do not need to download any browser add-on or browser specific method to block ads (e.g.Of course No Script does allow users to enable scripts on “trusted” websites, but knowing when to enable scripts takes the eye of a tech-savvy person.The average user will be severely deprived of the wonders of the Internet after installing No Script.(Do note, though, if you visit non-English websites frequently, you may want to use a second non-English filter to block ads on non-English websites.)Although Ad Block Plus blocks most ads on its own, if Ad Block Plus ever misses an ad you can right-click on the ad and select “Ad Block Plus: Block image”; this will allow you to create a custom filter blocking that ad and ads similar to it: If Ad Block Plus misses a Flash or Java ad, a little “Block” tab will pop up above it allowing you to block it manually (since you can’t right-click on those types of ads).Other useful features of Ad Block Plus are Many people decide to use No Script (an add-on that blocks scripts – like Java Script – from running) instead of Ad Block Plus for their ad blocking needs (most ads are served using Java Script, so when No Script blocks Java Script the ads do not appear). The point is we should not be discouraging the use of these website technologies – we should be embracing them (unless everyone wants the plain HTML websites back) – just because a few punks decide to exploit that technology.
if you download Ad Fender or Hosts Man, you don’t need Ad Block Plus).