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Is there any way on Windows 8 (like hosts file) or Internet Explorer 10 to get rid of ads? I've newer used any ad blocker, but now I'm getting really tired on those.

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[quote name='Joni_78' timestamp='1352816401' post='595316564']
Is there any way on Windows 8 (like hosts file) or Internet Explorer 10 to get rid of ads? I've newer used any ad blocker, but now I'm getting really tired on those.
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Yes, there are TPLs up for download to do that. Hold on a sec, and let me go grab you a link.

EDIT: Here you go. [url="http://www.iegallery.com/en-us/trackingprotectionlists"]http://www.iegallery.com/en-us/trackingprotectionlists[/url]

I use EasyList, and Fanboy's AdBlock.

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MS has a few TPLs up, I have two from their list up and they block all the ads so far.

[url="http://www.iegallery.com/en-us/trackingprotectionlists"]http://www.iegallery.com/en-us/trackingprotectionlists[/url]

This should be the link. I run the PrivacyChoice - all companies list and the EasyList Standard. They've added more since I checked last time though so give them a go, you can have as many as you want loaded anyways.
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network firewall for the win blocks ads in any program on any computer :D If you don't have cisco gear or a homeserver to do that admuncher or the hosts file will have to do

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Theres a few startup commands you can add to DD-WRT to do it too

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Thanks for the tips :)

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Is it possible to block v

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