January 26th, 2004, 22:30 PM
Old and Cranky
Anyone ever use this? Ad Muncher
Sounds kinda cool...if anyone has used it what's your opinion?
Ad Muncher is a program for Windows systems which removes adverts, popups and other annoying things from all popular browsers, as well as most banner displaying and popup generating programs like ICQ, Morpheus, Kazaa, Grokster, Opera, PalTalk, iMesh, Bearshare, LimeWire, etc.
Features of Ad Muncher
» Remove adverts and pop-ups from a wide range of browsers and other programs!
» Put an end to annoyances such as background music, javscript alerts and other annoying scripts!
» Scramble your IP and remove other unique identifiers to protect your privacy!
» Highly configurable, remove anything and everything that bothers you!
» Easy to deploy in a LAN environment - install on all systems or just install on your proxy!
January 26th, 2004, 23:56 PM
Succeded in braking Windo
I use no pop up killer or add killer at all
I consider that they use resouces unecesarily.
Hey, but that is my opinion.
Besides, most web sites that have pop-ups are tolerable. The web sites that are untolerable usually you shouldn't be there
And if you always have lots of pop-ups then you have Spyware.
I prefer to keep spyware away instead
January 27th, 2004, 12:30 PM
My Name is....
I've used and didn't like it much. Too many settings and things to play around with. I prefer the install and never think about again kinda of apps.
January 27th, 2004, 13:04 PM
Old and Cranky
Cool Thanks...I was just thinking that it's ability to "Scramble your IP and remove other unique identifiers to protect your privacy" kinda cool. I normally use Pop Up Stopper companion on IE and it works great so...I'll stick with it.
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January 27th, 2004, 13:13 PM
well I use it and works great like stripe said has some settings but once it is installed and running works like a charm
January 27th, 2004, 20:48 PM
all bets are off...
I'll again push for Norton Internet Security...I don't see pop-ups and I don't see ads and all I did was install it
Yes it is a little resource intensive...but it's alright...
January 30th, 2004, 23:51 PM
That IP scrambler would be a good feature, for the little added security or anonymity. I guess with so many products available, its sort of the case of if the one you use works, just keep it.
I use NIS with NAV for firewall and anti-virus duties, so simply enableing the ad-blocker and pop-up blocker is easy with little increase to the already large resource hog LOL
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