Block Advertisements using AdBlock


Ad blocking or ad filtering is a software capability for removing or altering online advertising in a web browser or an application. The most popular ad blocking tools are browser extensions. Online advertising exists in a variety of forms, including web banners, pictures, animations, embedded audio and video, text, or pop-up windows, and can employ audio and video auto-play. All browsers offer some ways to remove or alter advertisements: either by targeting technologies that are used to deliver ads (such as embedded content delivered through browser plug-ins or via HTML5), targeting URLs that are the source of ads, or targeting behaviours' characteristic to ads (such as the use of HTML5 auto-play of both audio and video).

AdBlock is a content filtering and ad blocking browser extension for the Google Chrome, Apple Safari (desktop and mobile), Firefox, Opera, and Microsoft Edge web browsers. AdBlock allows users to prevent page elements, such as advertisements, from being displayed. If the advertisement company pays a fee, AdBlock will deem it "acceptable" and display the advertisement to its user base.
  • Search AdBlock on google. Open the link with the extension by chrome as shown below.
  • Click on Add to Chrome
  • Then on Add extension
  • Then a black screen will appear saying "Installing AdBlock".
  • The extension appears at the top right corner of your google chrome browser.
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