Updating firefox on linux
Of course No Script does allow users to enable scripts on “trusted” websites, but knowing when to enable scripts takes the eye of a tech-savvy person.
The average user will be severely deprived of the wonders of the Internet after installing No Script.
You need to select one of the filters to use; unless you know what you are doing, just leave it at “Easy List” and click “Add subscription”.
All you have to do is download and install Ad Fender, and it is good to go — it will automatically block ads on Internet Explorer (and your other browsers).
To do this registry hack method mentioned above to block ads in IE since IE7Pro is no longer being actively developed.
IE7Pro is a plugin for Internet Explorer (works on IE 6/7/8 – not just IE 7) that adds a boatload of useful features to Internet Explorer. This adblocker, however, is not enabled by default after installing IE7Pro – users have to manually enable it after installation.
Ad Block Plus is a no-hassle, install-and-go adblocker add-on for Firefox.
Really the only sort of “setup” you need to do with Ad Block Plus is select the adblocking filter you want to use: These filters are, more or less, a definitions list telling Ad Block Plus which ads to block (similar to how there are virus definitions for anti-virus programs).