rotormota 18:31 31 Jul 07

What an absolute disgrace that PCA have introduced these highly invasive & system slowing & corrupting advert pop ups. One of them just closed down my IE with an error report...nice one.


  VoG II 18:33 31 Jul 07
  User-1159794 18:40 31 Jul 07

Yep, go with VoG.
Works for me.

  alB 18:51 31 Jul 07


  eedcam 18:59 31 Jul 07

You ought to see how many cookies they throw at you

  skidzy 18:59 31 Jul 07

if you have a big issue over these,switch to Firefox.

Untick Javascript and install IETab for certain pages in Firefox and then add NoScript.

Or of course use the hosts file in VoG™'s link... or even both suggestions.

  mfletch 19:02 31 Jul 07

Hi all I have used the host file for about a month know with very little problems?

Do you VoG and Rapscallion have any problems with the Softpedia site well its knot a problem but some times the back arrow has to be clicked on twice?


  rotormota 19:05 31 Jul 07

Well thanks for the suggestions but I have absolutely no problems with any other website pop ups whatsoever so I'm not going to do anything apart from using the PCA site less & less.

I don't think I have ever come across such a bad case of the pop ups in years.

PCA sould show a tad more responsibility

  Quiet Life 19:12 31 Jul 07

In IE7 Tools > Pop up Blocker worked for me.
The Dell popups were a real pain before I set the Pop up Blocker

  audeal 19:17 31 Jul 07

I use XP Pro with Service Pack 2 and popup blocker enabled. No Problems here.

  johnnyrocker 19:43 31 Jul 07



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