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Ads blocker for Internet Explore 6, 7 and 8

There are several reasons why people don’t like advertisement on a web page. The main reasons are advertising often slows the page loading and it is extremely annoying on some web pages.

Of course we can disable advertisements by disabling JavaScript, but it also disables other useful script based things like comment form.

Simple Adblock is a plug-in for Internet Explore (6, 7, and 8), and lets you enable or disable ads from the status bar.

It blocks all kinds of advertising from websites including flash ads, banner ads, rich media, slide-ins, fly-ins and pop-ups.

Simple Adblock is currently in beta (therefore you get it for free now) and the working is also quite good. [Ads blocker for Firefox]

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  1. A great info. As a fan of IE, I am sure this tool will help me for fast browsing.

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