Have you ever thought of blocking or disabling all those annoying ads on various websites? If you have been looking for a solution for that question, this article is for you. With this you will regain the full control on information instead of searching for content in between ads! Follow each of the steps mentioned here carefully and you will have a complete freedom from the ads!
1. The first and foremost requirement is the ‘FireFox’ browser. If you don’t have it on your system yet, go and get the Mozilla FireFox browser. Don’t panic, this is one of the popular browsers if you are not aware of it. The best part is that Firefox can be installed on all the operating systems including Microsoft windows, Apple Mac OS X as well as Linux.
2. Once you have the browser installed, get the Adblock Plus.This is an add-on extension for firefox. Installation is again very simple and if you need more info, watch the video on their site. Did I tell you that it is absolutely FREE?
3. Now go ahead and visit all your favorite sites using firefox. There is a remote chance that you might find some ads on few sites. If you find any such ads that haven’t been blocked by this addon, you just need to chose the option of ‘Open blockable items’ and set the filters.
There are options to disable this Adblock plus on your list of selected choice if you want to see the ads. This add on does provide you with a wide set of preferences to fine tune it to match your customization options. The benefit doesn’t just end there. You will be able save some bandwidth traffic too since your browser need not download and render the ads, there by it boosts your page rendering performance.
If you use safari browser, you have a similar solution. Get the Adblock for Safari, customize the installation. You are all set on safari browser too! Isn’t that simple? Go ahead and get the freedom to browse for the content of your choice without getting annoyed by the ads! I am yet to figure out a similar solution for Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Not sure if they ever support such a feature. Come what may… OpenSource and GNU general public license rocks!!!