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Rather block ads by using Alternate DNS's DNS servers.It's much much better than blocking ads by getting a browser extension(s), here's why:- Extensions make browsers "fat" and resource hogs- Ad blocking extensions do the ad blocking on your computer/device meaning CPU and RAM heavy tasks (ad blocking) consume system resources- Ad blocking extensions are VERY high on CPU & RAM demands.- Ad block extensions have access to YOUR data & PRIVATE DATA on all your sites/windows/tabs.It's much better to block ads on server side meaning faster download speeds (ads already filtered out) and more responsive system (ad blocking done server side before internet traffic is pipelined to you).If you cannot change DNS addresses on your router, alternatively you can use Opera browser which has built-in ad blocking (server side). Opera also has built-in VPN.But if you can change DNS on u router then rather at looking Opera better is Vivaldi browser. Look it up it's AMAZING!* Both Opera and Vivaldi use Chromium/BLINK engine (same what Chrome uses), so one can use Chrome Web Store extensions on your Vivaldi! (or Opera :) )
This is the one to use. It was wierd that my youtube browsing in chrome on windows xp no longer lags after using this dns on my router...
Block ads with your netgear router!
I would prefer https://NoAd.Zone over alternate dns
I would prefer https://NoAd.dk over alternate dns :)
I would prefer https://NoAd.Zone over alternate dns :)
Set your router to use an adblocking dns. it filters a much larger list and updates automaticallywww.alternate-dns.com
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