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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
Before using Adguard, I used UBlock Origin. IMO, Adguard is easier to use while also providing excellent protection. Just as with Origin, all ads are blocked. With the right filters, your computer is well protected. Nothing gets through that you don't let get through. I am considering upgrading to Premium. See More
Ruth 's Experience
I use Adadway since years and it is the best way to block ads on android it does not only blocks ads inside your browser but also in the most free android apps on the play store. iOS and Android might be good for many users but a rooted LineageOS with microG and AdAway is unbeatable! See More
Holo Deck's Experience
Added it to 64-Bit Firefox 62.0.3 running on 64-Bit Windows 10 Pro with 8GB of RAM. Started to experience a slowdown of all open aps after about 15 minutes of browsing. Task manager was showing multiple instances of Firefox using a total of 1.8 GB of memory. Disabling it and restarting Firefox got rid of the problem. See More
It is the best adblocker for Android devices - a browser with an integrated adblocker, no additional plugins required. See More
Oksana Vengrovska'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 AdBlock. See More
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