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Thread: I Need a Popup Killer




  1. #1
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    I have SDtozilla but eats to much memory and is slowing my connection and also when i open my browser windows....

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    This is one of the best pop up killer off CNET.com
    http://download.com.com/3000-2366-10...ml?tag=lst-3-2
    it's only a trial but you can look up a crack at www.andr.net that'll will make it full version, enjoy!! :thumb:

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    http://www.analogx.com/contents/down...etwork/pow.htm

    Nice little utility that remembers any pop-up you wish to never cross your browser again

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    I try AnalogX but doesn´t work for me....


    I´m using super popup blocker, is blocking those windows......Good

    Thanks

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    Have you tryed Opera as a browser? It has a built in pop up killer that can easily be turned on and off as need be and seems to work much faster than IE. (on my system anyway).

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    opera doesn´t have addware?


    thanks .

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    no adware that I am aware of .... Ad-aware reports none. It does have an advertising banner that constantly changes and is part of the free version but it is not overly intrusive.

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    POW! needs to have the pop-up added to it's list to kill as some pop-ups are necessary to the function of some sites and it would be stupid to kill a login pop-up now wouldn't it. Just click on the POW! icon in the toolbar and select "add", a window will pop-up with the name of each IE window, double click on the name of the offending window and close the box. Once the box closes the pop-up selected will die and not reappear again while POW! is on. ;)


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    Hi, Crazy Browser is free and not ad-ware.
    www.crazybrowser.com
    it uses a tab interface and kills all the pop up's

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