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Ads remover for Internet Explorer 8

There are several ways to block ads appearing on your browsers like disabling JavaScript, installing add-on like Adblocker, Privoxy, etc.

Here is another simple tool for Internet Explorer 8 called IE Commercial Remover for restricting ads. This tiny, portable tool will disables flash ads and other commercial ads appearing on your browser.

Actually this tool put a wide range of commercial sites on IE’s restricted zone sites list. So that no banner or other commercials (flash etc) will load from these sites

The application does NOT come with an installer (it is not required) - Simply run the file, and click on Add Filter to IE. You can remove that protection with a click too.

IE Commercial Remover (download) works on Win XP, Win Vista and Win 7 with IE8. [Via-gHacks]


  1. Thanks. Which companies are this utility stops from serving ads?

  2. Currently it blocks ads from 6 urls. You can see this by going to Internet Option - Security Tab -Restricted sites.


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