Is there a way in windows 10 to find the names of running programs?
As I said I don't know the name of the adblocker I'm running, just
that I'm pretty sure I found it on the monthly software list from
this list. Without knowing the name I have no way at least that I
know of to get to it and open it. It's not listed in the add/remove
toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On 12/29/2019 7:38 AM, Gene wrote:
I haven't worked enough with
add-ons in Chrome to tell you how to work with them. But
add-ons in any program are found in the program itself, not in
Windows areas such as programs and features. They are things
you add to the program itself, add-ons, as the name says.
Thus, if you want to remove or disable an add-on in NVdA or
Chrome, you work with the actual program itself.
Knowing that will allow you not
to waste time looking where you won't find them.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, December 28, 2019 9:03 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] turning off adblockers for
Sorry I don't remember what adblocker I'm running and I can't find
the list of programs on my laptop, but I know I got it from the
suggested software list that is automatically sent from this list
I have a site I want to access, it's ustvgo.tv, but the site tells
that I need to disable my adblocker. Can anyone help? Btw I'm
windows 10 and my browser is google chrome, and I'm running the
version of jaws 2019 if that matters but I also have the latest
installed. The person who told me about this site said that it
well with google chrome.