Fanboy’s Ad block list (Opera)

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Start Menu Firefox has its add-on Ad block Plus  which allows you to decide what you don’t want to see on the web,you don’t need to download all the ads and banners any more.if you don’t want them then you can disable it permanently.

Internet Explorer 8 Ad Blocking: It can be easily accessed by pressing the shortcut [Ctrl Shift F] which will open the In Private Filtering settings. For IE 7 , IE 7Pro is a good option as no INPrivate Filtering available in IE 7.IE7 Pro is currently not compatible with Internet Explorer 8.

In opera, in order to manually block advertisement after opening the page concerned and then right click on the undesired advertisements or banners then select block content and then select then select yes and those advertisements will not  appear again in yours browsing and even same ad may be there some other  websites will be blocked as if you do this then opera will remember all these content in its tools>advanced>blocked content and there even you can edit any content so much of easier customization and with it opera enables you to make one anti ad list no coding knowledge required.

Fanboy’s Adblock list (Opera) is also very popular and regualrly updated it has a host of ad listings to block already and the catch is that after installing this also you can manually disable any ads like mentioned above.

Go  here and download save this urlfilter.ini file into,
XP: C:Documents and Settings…Application DataOperaOperaprofile
Vista: C:Users<username>AppDataRoamingOperaOperaprofile
Linux: ~/.opera/
OSX: /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/Opera Preferences/

and enjoy more speed and safer web browsing.

Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only,I searched a tip that told me about this service, I am sharing the same with my readers without the intention to deprive any services.

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Mohan Manohar is a blogger from India who founded Ittech back in 2007. He is passionate about all things tech and knows the Internet and computers like the back of his hand.

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