Anyone know of a free ad blocker?

  Graphicool1 19:14 PM 18 Nov 12
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Windows 7

I've been using 'Ad Muncher' and good though it was, it was only free for a year and in 5 days the reconning will be upon me.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:21 PM 18 Nov 12

What browser?

I use NoScript for Firefox.

  onthelimit1 19:28 PM 18 Nov 12

How about adblock free?

  Conny 22:01 PM 18 Nov 12

Using Adblock2 on Firefox. Seems to be doing its job and its free.

  Graphicool1 11:42 AM 19 Nov 12

My Browser is also Firefox, thanx for the responses. I've looked up 'NoScript' and it says it's a 'Flash' blocker. I play online Flash games, would it block those?

  Graphicool1 13:11 PM 19 Nov 12

Thanks all, I've installed 'Ad Block Plus'.

  muddypaws 13:47 PM 19 Nov 12
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Graphicool1

If you find you are unable to 'green tick'/ resolve this thread then AB Plus needs to be temporarily disabled whilst you tick.

That's the only adverse effect it has for me in FF.

  Graphicool1 17:03 PM 19 Nov 12

Hi muddypaws

Thanx for the information, however, as you can see, I just clicked on your tick and it has worked without any intervention from me? Odd that it works for me and not for you though?

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