Very useful IE add-on

  Jimmy14 16:45 16 May 2007
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I came across a very useful IE7 add-on today. It is an ad blocker and has alot more features to customize your browser. It is very rare that you find a decent ad blocker for Internet Explorer. I'm now surfing on IE with no ads!!!!

click here

  jarani 21:47 16 May 2007

Jimmy - are you sure this is OK ?

  BRYNIT 22:17 16 May 2007

Jimmy14

Nice one. I've been trying to find an add blocker that would also block flash adds.

I'm surprised I didn't see it before as it is on various download site.

  Jimmy14 22:59 16 May 2007

I have scanned the program with a-squared and AVG so it is perfectly fine.

  jarani 23:27 16 May 2007

Jimmy - I got it and it is working Ok - thank you

  Forum Editor 23:55 16 May 2007

and it seems fine. Time will tell, but thanks for the link, Jimmy.

  al7478 00:27 17 May 2007

Had some strange behaviour from this myself. I stopped pages opening properly in IE7. Instead of a new page opening over the page i have open, as it were, the new page would open as a separate tab even when i had told it not to.

I just removed it and all is back to normal so far, except that it said certain elements could only be removed manually. No idea how to do that, or to find out what elements still need to be removed.

  Andsome 15:31 26 May 2007

I was not aware of this thread and have just posted another. Maybe FE will close it.


Useful guide here,
click here

  Dipso 17:23 26 May 2007

It works with Vista too...bonus!

  sunny staines 18:45 26 May 2007

jimmy 14

just installed your ie7 pro you put forward, how do i block the green text ads please.

  Jimmy14 18:48 26 May 2007

Would it be possible that you show me what type of ad you are asking about?

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