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'Simple Adblock' for IE9 - Anyone use it?


wee eddie

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Does anyone have experience of this program?

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Jock1e

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You only get a months trial then you have to pay for it.I would give it a miss.

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Jock1e

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Found this but have never used it before.

Click here

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Jock1e

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Not sure if it works on W/8 or not.

Requires Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP (SP2 or SP3)

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Jock1e

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You can also use this.

Fanboy

Now I have used that before but cannot remember how i updated it.

Or just go to add ons and click on tracking protection then click on get tracking protection on line.

It will give you a list of ones that you can use Fanboys being just one of them.

Now I am doing this using I/E10 but I assume it should be the same with I/E9.

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wee eddie

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Maybe PCA could offer us an Advert Free Service for a small financial consideration.

It's the Big Ads, round the Outside, that appear to jam up the works.

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Jock1e

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Nope can't see them paying you to be on here.

It is revenue for them and a nuisance to us but just something we have to put up with.

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wee eddie

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I think that I'd be happy to pay, say £6.00 a year, for an Advert Free Forum.

The Ads could still be there for those that didn't wish to pay.

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Pine Man

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Jock1e

'You only get a months trial then you have to pay for it.I would give it a miss.'

Not so. It remains free after the trial but you are restricted to 200 blocks a day.

I have been using it for several months and never exceeded the limit - even using IE for the PCA site!

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Jock1e

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Pine Man

I also used it and about an hour of use using Internet explorer and that was it.Then the pop up do you want to buy the pro version.

Deffinatly not for me and I would imagine for anyone who uses I/E a lot.

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