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  1. INFO: https://adguard.com/en/adguard-android/overview.html AdGuard is the best way to get rid of intrusive ads and online tracking, and to protect your device from malware. Make your web surfing faster, safer and more comfortable with AdGuard! AdGuard is a unique no root ad blocker for Android that removes ads in apps and browsers, protects your privacy, and helps you manage your apps Easy to set up and get going, but powerful and highly customizable — it has everything you'll ever need from an Android adblock tool, and it works both on rooted and unrooted devices. ........ WHAT"S NEW version 3.0.166 from December 30, 2018 * [Feature] New UI for landscape orientation: #2335 * [Fix(regression)] Cert is not moved to the system store: #2360 * [Fix(regression)] Main screen / onboarding in landscape orientation: #2351 * [Fix] Fail to update AdGuard (3.0): #2421 * [Fix] Main screen / onboarding in landscape orientation: #2351 * [Fix] Minor UI issues: #2358 * [Fix] New onboarding issues: #2422 * [Fix] Please add Mint browser to the list: #2416 * [Fix] Protection is not restarted when content blocking settings are changed: #2424 * [Fix] UI issues on Android TV (MiBox3): #2154 This app has no advertisements DOWNLOAD: Site: https://www34.zippyshare.com Sharecode: /v/CK9iRn17/file.html MIRROR: Site: https://mega.co.nz Sharecode: /#!gmYzRQpR!2_R8LJ8ImeGFO1P0SuqPNCi6CeD0JDPdHJZiFfGSPYs
  2. So I have been checking out this brand new firewall named NetPatch Firewall - Advanced and am really impressed by it's features. It is a Full-Featured Advanced android NoRoot firewall. Using it you can get Full Control over your device network. With NetPatch Firewall, you can create network rules based on APP, IP address, and domain name, Or subscribe rules from network. It is designed to save your device's network traffic and battery consumption, improve your network security and protect your privacy. Features: Homepage: https://firewall.netpatch.co/ Playstore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.netpatch.firewall Anyone interested to give it a try, PM me and I'll send you a promo code.
  3. SecurityXploded Google Ad Blocker 6.5 + Portable Google Ad Blocker is the free software to quickly Block Google Ads on all Web Browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari, Opera etc.These days almost every website is filled with Google Ads and it is difficult to distinguish between the Ads and the real content. Often we end up clicking on that Download button or link which takes us to somewhere else than intended. Not only it is annoying but also leads to much slower browsing due to loading of Ads.Now Google Ad Blocker can help you to quickly gain freedom from these annoying Ads and also enjoy much faster web browsing. Here are the key features, One Click Solution to Block Google Ads on all Browsers Does not Install any Browser Extensions or Add-ons So no Privacy concerns unlike other similar solutions Unblock Google Ads anytime with just a click Very easy to use for all generation of Users No need to Log-off or Restart the system Fully Portable, does not require Java, .NET or any other components Includes Installer for local installation & un-installation Also it does not require any firewall or proxy server setup. All it takes you to just one click to block all the Google Ads instantly. It works on both 32-bit & 64-bit systems starting from Windows XP to new Windows 10 version. Whats New: Version 6.5 : 10th Dec 2016 Major release featuring new installer for easier installation & un-installation Home Page: http://securityxploded.com/google-ad-blocker-tool.php Download 4Mb: Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com Sharecode[?]: /files/0FKGSQ97/Google_Ad_Blocker_6.5___Portable.rar_links Tested OK win8/10. Dead Links? Send a message to re-up them. Enjoy.
  4. How to Disable All of Windows 10’s Built-in Advertising Windows 10 has a lot of built-in advertising. This isn’t just about the free upgrade offer: Even if you purchase a new PC that comes with a Windows 10 license or spend $200 for a copy of Windows 10 Professional, you’ll see ads in your operating system. You can, however, disable a lot of it. Disable Lock Screen Ads RELATED ARTICLE: How to Disable Ads on Your Windows 10 Lock Screen Windows 10 now displays ads on the lock screen via Windows Spotlight. Sometimes, Windows Spotlight will just show off cool wallpapers, but it’ll also sneak in advertisements for games like Rise of the Tomb Raider and Quantum Break in the Windows Store. To get rid of these lock screen ads, head to Settings > Personalization > Lock Screen and set the background to “Picture” or “Slideshow” instead of Windows Spotlight. You’ll probably also want to disable the “Get fun facts, tips, and more from Windows and Cortana on your lock screen” option here, too. Stop Suggested Apps From Appearing in the Start Menu RELATED ARTICLE: How to Get Rid of “Suggested Apps” in Windows 10 Windows 10 will occasionally show “suggested apps” in your Start menu. Suggested apps aren’t necessarily free, and we’ve seen Microsoft use this feature to advertise $60 PC games from the Windows Store (which, by the way, you shouldn’t buy). But mainly, they just take up valuable space in your Start menu. To stop suggested apps from appearing in the Start menu, head to Settings > Personalization > Start and set the “Occasionally show suggestions in Start” setting to “Off”. Get Rid of Nagging Tips Windows 10 also has helpful “tips” that often serve to push Microsoft apps and services. Tips have included recommendations to use Microsoft Edge for better battery life, and an encouragement to use Microsoft Edge so you can earn Microsoft rewards points. If you’d like to just use your own preferred applications without Microsoft nagging you, you’ll need to disable these tips. To do so, head to Settings > System > Notifications & Actions and disable the “Get tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows” option. Stop Cortana From Bouncing on the Taskbar RELATED ARTICLE: How to Disable Cortana in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update Cortana doesn’t just sit on your taskbar and wait for you to start talking to it. Cortana will regularly bounce in place, encouraging you to try using it. If you don’t want Cortana nagging you, click the Cortana search bar, click the Settings icon, scroll down, and disable the “Taskbar Tidbits” option. From then on, Cortana will sit quietly until you want to use it. If you don’t want Cortana running at all, you can choose to disable Cortana with a registry or group policy setting. Microsoft removed the old, easy toggle that lets you disable Cortana with the Anniversary Update, but the registry and group policy tricks still work. Banish “Get Office” Notifications RELATED ARTICLE: How to Disable the “Get Office” Notifications on Windows 10 Windows 10 includes a “Get Office” application that sits there, providing notifications suggesting you download Office 365 and enjoy a month-long free trial. To stop those Get Office notifications, head to Settings > System > Notifications & Actions, scroll down, and set notifications for the “Get Office” app to “Off”. You can also simply find the Get Office app in your Start menu, right-click it, and select “Uninstall”. However, it may come back when you update Windows 10 in the future. Uninstall Candy Crush Saga and Other Automatically Installed Apps Windows 10 “automatically downloads” apps like Candy Crush Soda Saga, Flipboard, Twitter, and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition when you sign in for the first time. PC manufacturers can also add their own apps and live tiles that appear installed by default. These apps are installed as part of the “Microsoft Consumer Experience”. There was a group policy setting to disable this, but it was removed from consumer versions of Windows 10 in the Anniversary Update. Only Windows 10 Enterprise users–not even Windows 10 Professional users–can turn this off. You can remove these apps and tiles, however. To do so, just open your Start menu, locate any apps you don’t want to use, right-click them, and select “Uninstall.” Apps like Candy Crush Soda Saga and FarmVille 2: Country Escape will appear as tiles by default, but you can also find them under the all apps list. Some apps are simply given a tile but aren’t yet downloaded. To remove these tiles, just right-click the tile and select “Unpin from Start.” You won’t see an “Uninstall” option because the tiles are just links that take you to the Windows Store where you can download the app. Disable Live Tiles and Unpin Windows Apps RELATED ARTICLE: How to Make the Windows 10 Start Menu Look More Like Windows 7 While you can remove the apps that are installed as part of the Microsoft Consumer Experience program, Windows 10 also includes quite a few apps you can’t uninstall that advertise to you. For example, the Store and Xbox tiles often make use of the “live tile” feature to advertise apps and games Microsoft wants you to download. To disable live tiles that advertise to you, right-click a tile and select More > Turn live tile off. You can also just right-click a tile and select “Unpin from Start” to get rid of the tile entirely. You can even choose to unpin all the tiles and only use the All Apps list to launch apps, if you like. Avoid the Built-in Solitaire Game RELATED ARTICLE: You Don’t Have to Pay $20 a Year for Solitaire and Minesweeper on Windows 10 Stay away from the “Microsoft Solitaire Collection” game preinstalled on Windows 10. This app doesn’t just have advertising–it has video ads that are 30 seconds long. You can avoid the advertising by paying $10 a year. Microsoft’s Minesweeper game isn’t installed by default, but it too has its own $10 a year subscription fee. Those are steep prices for games that used to be free. Play another free Solitaire game instead. Google now offers a solitaire game–just search for “solitaire” and you can play ad-free solitaire in Google’s search results. We’ve also put up our own completely free Solitaire and Minesweeper games on URLs that anybody can access in a desktop browser. We didn’t put any ads in these games, so you can play ad-free: solitaireforfree.com minesweeperforfree.com Expect to see Microsoft add more advertising to Windows 10 in future major updates. Windows 10’s Anniversary Update turned more of the default tiles on the Start menu into “sponsored tiles”, for example. Source
  5. Following on from Facebook's decision to override users' ad blocking tools, Adblock Plus has fired one more shot, saying that it will continue the fight for the right to an ad-free social networking experience. After finding a way to prevent Facebook blocking ads, which Facebook then bypassed once again, Adblock Plus says that while the game of cat and mouse may continue, it wants to use what it describes as "probably be the last time we talk about it for a while" to say that the open source community will fight the good fight for users. The company has a simple message: "trampling on users' free will to not see ads or deal with malware-laden sites is not sustainable". At the time of writing, yet another way to stop Facebook blocking ad blockers has been discovered, but it is surely just a matter of time before Facebook nips this in the bud. Although Adblock Plus uses its latest attack on Facebook to promote its acceptable ads program, company PR man Rich Mullikin says: Adblock Plus's Ben Williams has already spoken out against Facebook, and has now done so once again. He says even a technological behemoth like Facebook cannot be allowed to get away with such activity. Writing on the company blog, he says: This is clearly far from being the end of the story, but Adblock Plus wants you to know that it is fighting your corner. Article source
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