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How to block advertisement from web page in Chrome, Opera, Safari and Firefox?

Too many advertisements on a website often annoying us; it takes longer to load the site, makes difficulty in finding the original contents and the annoying pop-up window always a problem. To get rid of these problems, here is a tiny add-on, AdSweep for Google Chrome, Opera, Safari and Firefox 3 that hides advertisements from the web pages you visit.

AdSweep is a content-filtering add-on like Adblock and lets you prevent page elements, such as advertisements, from being displayed. In technical terms, according to the site ‘AdSweep is a user javascript that defines CSS rules based on the web site you are visiting to hide elements of the page that show advertisements’.

To download and installation instruction on different browsers, visit at www.adsweep.org.

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  4. Nice tool. Thanks for the info. I always looking for such a free useful tool.

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