- Disable popup windows:
The program will block window that you define as popup.
To define window as popup, right-click anywhere in the popup window (not on
image or controls), and select "Block this popup window" option from the
popup menu. Next time this window will be blocked.
Use IE Tools menu (Tools->View popup windows) to view/remove links you
selected to block.
- Filter ad banners:
To filter ad banner right-click on it and select "Block this Image" option
from the popup menu.
If the banner is a flash object, this will not work since flash object has
its own context menu. To filter flash object, right-click anywhere in the
document and select "Block Flash..." option from the popup menu. You will
see the list of URLs of all flash objects in the document, with check box
near each URL. Examine which objects you want to block by toggling the check
Use IE Tools menu (Tools->View blocked content) to view/remove links you
selected to block.
- Open link in new window using middle mouse button.
- Unlock pages with forbidden right click: some pages block Internet
Explorer context menus (that is, when you right-click there is an alert box
or nothing happen). In this case, press on both left and right mouse button
at the same time anywhere in the page.
- Ad blocking feature:
The program concept is built on the assumption that all ad content is placed
in the separated directory on each server, for example
As of today this assumption holds for most sites. This directory is
calculated as you are blocking ads.
Because of this, there may be a situation that you blocked some ad but it
appears again in the same place. There may be two cases:
- The ads directory is not yet fully calculated. For example, last
time you blocked this ad banner from http://someserver.com/ads/dir1/,
and the new banner is from http://someserver.com/ads/dir2/ . In this
case, just block the banner again, and the program will remember the
right directory http://someserver.com/ads/ .
- The site is not conforming to the assumption "all ads in the
separated directory". In this case nothing can be done, sorry. If you
block such ad again, the program will overwrite previously defined
blocking path for this server (in other words you have to choose which
banners you don't like more).
- Open link in new window using middle mouse button:
Be sure the middle button has the default value assignment (check your mouse
software). For example, MS Intellimouse middle button has the default value
You can test whether your middle button is working on
- The following registry keys are used to store blocked links:
How to uninstall
From Add/Remove Programs applet.