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How to block advertising pop ups in Explorer 11 Win 8.1?


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#1 el bobb

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Posted 27 March 2014 - 02:51 PM

Since I downloaded a few (3) free apps on the internet,

I now need to block all kinds of unsollicited pop up ads.

I hope there is a solution to this annoying situation?

I use Explorer 11 with Windows 8.1.

Thank you ''very mucho'' for contributing to my tranquility,

by showing me how to get rid of this problem!

Knowledge is power!

Have a good day.

cheers,

el bobb

 



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#2 nilsson1234

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Posted 27 March 2014 - 05:50 PM

Here you go. Try this.

https://adblockplus.org/nl/internet-explorer

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Posted 29 March 2014 - 11:58 PM

You also need to look at the free things you installed & see what came along with the ride. AdBlock Plus does help on IE, but it cannot get rid of infections or installed adware. Run a Full scan with whatever security you're using & allow it to clean things up, if possible.

 

If you continue to have issues, you may need to create a thread in the Malware section of the Forum.

 

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