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I previously showed you how to block ads when browsing; however, InPrivate browsing in IE8 takes some time to learn which content needs blocking. Windows Forums moderator rsvr85 has written a guide, which shows you how to update InPrivate’s block list with AdBlock’s list, which will cut out ~80% of ads instantly.

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13 thoughts on “Block Ads in Internet Explorer 8 IE8 [How To]”

  1. Block Ads in Internet Explorer says:

    […] See the original post here: Block Ads in Internet Explorer 8 IE8 [How To] | Windows 7 News #8230 […]

  2. Saitek009 says:

    Great method. I wonder if the developers thought that it would be used for this… IE is slowly but surely catching up with the competition.

  3. Saitek009 says:

    Great method. I wonder if the developers thought that it would be used for this… IE is slowly but surely catching up with the competition.

  4. Saitek009 says:

    Great method. I wonder if the developers thought that it would be used for this… IE is slowly but surely catching up with the competition.

  5. Saitek009 says:

    Great method. I wonder if the developers thought that it would be used for this… IE is slowly but surely catching up with the competition.

  6. Mel says:

    I don’t know – I honestly doubt that IE will ever catch up with FF. The biggest thing is the sheer number of add-ons and users creating add-ons that keeps FF ahead.

  7. Mel says:

    I don’t know – I honestly doubt that IE will ever catch up with FF. The biggest thing is the sheer number of add-ons and users creating add-ons that keeps FF ahead.

  8. Mel says:

    I don’t know – I honestly doubt that IE will ever catch up with FF. The biggest thing is the sheer number of add-ons and users creating add-ons that keeps FF ahead.

  9. Introducing: rsvr85&md says:

    […] is well seasoned in desktop customization and has been mentioned a few times on Windows Guides before for his work over at the Forums (rsvr85#8217s […]

  10. Angad says:

    It does block the ads but still misses a few. Anyways, I’m not going back to IE for as long as I can imagine! Go Firefox! :)

  11. Angad says:

    It does block the ads but still misses a few. Anyways, I’m not going back to IE for as long as I can imagine! Go Firefox! :)

  12. Angad says:

    It does block the ads but still misses a few. Anyways, I’m not going back to IE for as long as I can imagine! Go Firefox! :)

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