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Apr
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While surfing the Internet, we know only too well how a lot of websites are heavily loaded with tons of advertising. Sometimes web pages are so full of them that we can not concentrate on what we are reading, while other times their size is so big that our browser takes forever before displaying a page. Let’s see how we can solve this issue thanks to a small, freeware add-on.

Adsweep is a nice add-on available for Google Chrome and Opera which is able to hide ads from those website you are surfing. Reading from the official website “In technical terms, AdSweep is a user javascript that defines CSS rules based on the web site you are visiting to hide elements of the page that show advertisements”.

If you want to know more, or if you want to download it, click here.


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2 Comments to “How to block advertising from websites in Google Chrome and Opera”

  1. Peter Says:

    Downloaded adsweep and now the BBC.co.uk pages disappear after a few seconds….Help please,but keep it simple for an ‘oldie’…

  2. Web Talk Says:

    Well, the first step is to uninstall it. After that try to flush your browser temp folder (or cache) and let me know…

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