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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Apps' started by macmee, Oct 24, 2013.
I would love one!
I have found that to a great extent the tracking protection lists that you can add via the Add-on section on IE (in the desktop environment) helps deal with the ads.
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This works like Adblock Plus for desktop and metro IE11.
The procedure seems to have changed bit with IE11, specifically that the settings reside in Metro IE11:
Hmmm...thanks for pointing this out! Very helpful!!!!
I use a hosts file like the one you can download at Blocking Unwanted Connections with a Hosts File
Works with all browsers and no need to install separate adblockers for different apps. My toppence worth
That's right; I forgot about this option and apparently it's fairly easy to do on Windows RT. Not bad!
Don't know if this is a bit late but,
some things you might want to try, some of which might have been suggested in the previous posts:
In Desktop IE11
under Tools in Command Bar -go to internet options -privacy-advanced-put check in box for override automatic cookie settings--third party cookies- block
under Tools- Manage Add-Ons-Tracking Protection- Get tracking protection lists online
In Metro IE
press Windows key then I key
under settings go to Privacy
select from given choices
You mean like whatever was supposed to be in that big blank space to the right.
I know you softened it with a smile, but I don't get your point. Please explain
This worked great and took all of 10 seconds. I selected the Easy Privacy List and it works great!
Thanks for posting this!