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Free adblocker for IE9 needed

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Hi experts!

I am using adblockIE with IE8. With IE9 RC available, I am sure there are already free adblockers (no trials, please) around that support IE9. AdblockIE doesn't. Do you know any?
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by:rachmanesha
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maybe you can try to find the ad-blocking extension "Adblock Plus" is now available for Google Chrome and can be downloaded from https://adblockplus.org/en/chrome
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by:McKnife
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We are talking about IE. Adblock plus does not support IE.
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Turns out that AdblockIE is at least IE9 compatible if you install it on IE8 before upgrading to 0. I might use this list as well - no addons needed: http://www.quero.at/adblock_ie_tpl.php
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by:McKnife
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Solved it by myself. Seems as though there are no free compatible programs yet.
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