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ultimate99

Any ad blocker recommendations? Doesn't have to be free. I tried Ad-Muncher but it used to use a lot of bandwidth sometimes. Any others that don't use internet bandwidth?

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Annorax

If you're using Firefox, the Adblock extension will be your best friend.

If you are using IE, you can modify your HOSTS file to "block" known ad websites.

If you're using Opera, the newest version has an ad blocker, but I don't know the details.

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L3thal

Moved here

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macstorm

Any ad blocker recommendations? Doesn't have to be free. I tried <snip> but it used to use a lot of bandwidth sometimes. Any others that don't use internet bandwidth?

Try <snip>. It's better.

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Inplode

but after 30 days what happens the program stop running ?

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Pallab

<snip> : Long live Late Scott Lemon!!

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LOC

<snip> : Long live Late Scott Lemon!!

(Y) still the best after all these years. Though Ad-Muncher is pretty close, just wish it was cheaper.

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Agnes Leroy

I am currently using <snip> and it is good.I havent tried <snip> yet.

But i will try it soon to see how it will compete aganist <snip>.

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STNG

Opera browser can block any content:

<snip>

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Bhav

<snip> on Firefox - it's slightly easier to use than the standard <snip>. For example, it's much easier to allow ads on certain sites. It also allows you to subscribe to filters.

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Napalm Frog

With the HOSTS file, is there a way to not leave huge white blocks everywhere? Or same thing, but with the built-in Opera content blocker?

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fanboynz

<snip> and <snip>, simply works.

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L3thal

<snip> and <snip>, simply works.

If it worked with IE, then maybe yes :whistle:

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Marvelous

<snip> very low memory usuage you wont even know its there.. removes all types of ads i encountered for the last few years.

Simply the best

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