I hate pop up adds

  dkuk2000 00:09 14 Apr 03
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Does anybody know of a good FREE pop up killer that is compatible with aol.
I'm running windows me if that makes a difference

  crx16 01:01 14 Apr 03

(popupstopper) click here "Supports ALL Browsers Including: AOL, MSN, Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera and more!"

i dont have AOL,but it claims to work with it.

  crx16 01:04 14 Apr 03

it is free,try here click here

  crx16 01:05 14 Apr 03

the free one doesnt support AOL,sorry.

  Goldcroft 08:46 14 Apr 03

Thanks crx16. Have just downloaded the popupstopper from your click.

  Stuartli 10:43 14 Apr 03

PopUp Stopper is very effective.

  Goldcroft 14:41 14 Apr 03

Stuartli or crx16: excuse my ignorance, but once popupstopper has been downloaded do I need to do anything more or does it just function automatically?

  crx16 14:51 14 Apr 03

once installed,start\programs\panicware\free popupstopper.

once running you should have an icon in the tray,of a 'pointing finger'. right-click on it and put a tick next to 'block pop-up ad windows' and thats it.

if you right-click the icon and choose properties\pop up notification, you can enable it to show a message/sound as windows are blocked.

you will need to disable it to view some sites.

  Goldcroft 14:52 14 Apr 03

Please ignore my posting @ 14.41. Question is solved.

  crx16 14:53 14 Apr 03

too late :0)

  Goldcroft 08:45 15 Apr 03

Thanks crx: 10 minutes is a long time on the forum. I have installed it OK, but on the two sites visited so far - the PCA forum and Yahoo mail - still getting pop ups.

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