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Last Updated: 2014-09-29 01:40:34
Are you tired of having annoying ads pop up every time you visit a web page? Let’s face it, nobody likes ads, but especially those that have absolutely no relevance to your life. For example, as a football player, you shouldn’t be getting ads for weight loss suppliments. You lose enough on the field. Adguard is an application that will remove all of those annoying web ads from your web browsing experience. I’m sure you’ve heard or read an opening statement like that once or twice before, but Adguard does things a bit differently from the others.
Generally, when you search for ad blocking software you are presented with tons of different applications that claim to block ads from infesting your browsing experience. However, most of these applications (or I should say plugins) are browser specific. This means that if you finally find an ad blocking software that you like, you have to download it multiple times – once for every web browsing application that you use. And what if the plugin doesn't support a specific browser and it just so happens to be your favorite browser of all, you’re out of luck. As you may have guessed, Adguard doesn’t do things this way. Instead of installing a browser specific plugin, you simply download Adguard to your computer and install it like a normal application. It is then usable across all supported web browsers. This instantly takes the headache away from the ad blocking software installation process. A few clicks through an installer and you’re ready to go.
You have two major options when it comes to blocking ads on a web page. The reality is that not all ads are bad ads; Google ads can be pretty useful, because the ads they provide are much more relative to what you are actually looking for on the Internet. Not just Google, but most other search engine ads can actually help you get what you are looking for. You can choose between allowing helpful ads during your browsing sessions, or block all ads and call it a day. This customizability allows Adguard to stand out more from it's competition that has not incorporated these options into their applications/plugins. If you do choose to block all ads and you later wish that you could get them back or if you choose to allow helpful ads and you later realize that it was a mistake, you can easily toggle the option within the application’s settings (something else that wouldn't be so simple if the application were a plugin).
Adguard can also keep you and your family safe online. With two different services to do so, Safe Browsing and Parental Controls, you can have peace of mind that your family is not vulnerable to online specific attacks. Adguard’s Safe Browsing service protects you from common phishing attacks while you’re online, blocks potentially dangerous website requests, and checks each web page and the objects on the web pages that you visit. The Parental Controls are not enabled by default, but you can easily enable them from within the application and customize them how you want.
Sometimes, adding a web browser add on just isn't enough and it's inevitable that some ads with get through those add ons. Adguard receives regular updates that make sure that even the toughest ads are blocked. Instead of getting annoyed by ads, especially when you are trying to do something productive, you can leave it all to Adguard to guard you from the most pesky ads on your most commonly used websites.
In recent versions of Adguard, there has been a significant reduction of the amount of memory usage the application utilizes on your computer. Now, even on older devices, Adguard will run very lightly in the background without your even knowing it is doing it's job. This also means that the Adguard will run even faster on every computer you can possibly run it on and ensure all of your ads are blocked without sacrificing many resources on your computer in the process.
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