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I had been using FoxFire which had an ad block. But it has been screwy lately so I had to go back to IE. Does IE have an ad block?? Thanks.
I don't think so for IE. But my Google Chrome does and downloads quickly and without ads. I have used Foxfire and IE but found this is "HEAD and SHOULDERS" above the rest. You can transfer all your bookmarks, etc. Hope it works for you.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by OCLUB64 21 months ago
Thanks for the reply. Will try Google Chrome soon. Spent hours trying to fix all the problems with FoxFire and finally gave up. IE has worked fine but when I came here I was bombarded with ads. (Thats one thing (blocking ads) that FoxFire was still able to do.
Keep your back straight stay low and move your feet! Remember to keep your hands on the inside of the ad not on the outside or you will get that dreaded yellow flag!
I also use Google Chrome and would appreciate a little help in blocking ads on it.
I use Google Chrome with AdBlock and all I have to say is "what ads?, i don't see no stinkin ads".
Download and install Chrome.
In the upper right is a little icon that looks like 3 horizontal bars, click on it then click on Tools/Extensions. When the window open, click on "Get More Extensions". Find AdBlock and install. Done.
Same for Safari users, just download Chrome for Apple.
This post was edited by KYSooner 21 months ago
What KYSooner said!
I find it interesting how often this comes up and the answer is always the same.
I use it on both Chrome & Safari & I haven't seen an ad in years.
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