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While most ad blockers can only help you while viewing web pages and only in one specific browser inside which they're installed, AdGuard offers a Windows application which runs in the background of your system and blocks ads on all browsers and native applications from only a single process. See More
None of these darned things are really very polished, but AdGuard really strikes me as having the most refinement at the moment as well as the most forward momentum towards achieving more of it. The desktop and mobile apps that act as more of an intermediate firewall than a raw content blocker are great options to have in addition to the standard browser extensions. See More
Peter J. Mello's Experience
Developer (gorhill) has discontinued this extension temporarily. It is as good and useful as ever without a viable alternative. Just something to keep in mind. Developer was willing to fix vulnerabilities in July 2021, though this is not a guarantee that future vulnerabilities will be similarly fixed. See More
Acceptable ads is an ad that follow the guidelines of the set acceptable advertising rules such as ads must be labelled "ads", no pop-outs allowed, no auto-plays, no animations, does not block main content etc. However, users can turn off this feature by going to settings and then unchecking "allow acceptable ads". See More
It's the best for Desktops and Laptops... It would be great a mobile version as well! See More
Joel Hernández's Experience
AdBlock+ tends to use a lot of memory, which has been documented in many use cases as well as admitted by AdBlock themselves. Considering there are alternatives out there that can block ads successfully with half the RAM usage as AdBlock, one has to wonder why this is a problem specific to AdBock. See More