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Agree totally with you Gene. Strangely enough, the best PopUp
blocker I've come across over the years is that built into
Internet explorer, though It is generally a piece of crappy
software which Microsoft allowed to be built into it's OS. For me
at least, it holds the record for the most number of crashes when
it is actually being put to use. Such a pity though because in
terms of security, it was the best of the worst out there during
that time frame. c=Cheers!
On 8/23/2019 4:12 AM, Gene wrote:
These popup ads may either be the
result of adware, which should be removed, or you may have
said yes when you were asked by a site if you want to receive
notifications. In either case, I doubt any popup blocker will
work. any reasonably competent browser today has a built-in
popup blocker and it isn't stopping what you are seeing. The
actual problem needs more discussion and possible solutions.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2019 3:04 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] How to add in "Exceptions"?
Hi List, Since I hate wasting my time
slogging through pop-up advertisements in my Chrome browser on
my Windows 10 Desktop computer,
I clicked on an Add Blocker.
However, it did not come with instructions
on how to allow an exception, when I do want to learn more.
Have any of you come across this and found
a way to manage this?
Many and sincere thanks for any tips!
Sincerely, Vicky V