Free Pop Up Blocker
by Rachel Johnson
Enjoy surfing the web again with a free pop up blocker
Pop ups are one of the most annoying aspects of surfing the internet. Just when you are getting to an interesting part of an article POP! And ad comes up, an ad for something that doesn’t even remotely apply to what you are reading. Then, it takes three or four attempts to close the darn thing and by the time it finally closes you are so frustrated you log off without finishing what you were reading. Sound familiar? Then what you need is a free pop up blocker.
As annoying as pop ups are it doesn’t seem like you should have to pay for a pop up blocker, does it? Supposedly, your internet provider is supposed to stop pop ups, but obviously their system doesn’t work all that well. So, you need to look into a free pop up blocker. Amazingly, they exist and sometimes they work even better than a pop up blocker that you have to pay for.
If your internet provider doesn’t provide a free pop up blocker, you can still get one fairly easily. Yahoo and Google both have downloadable toolbars that come with a very effective free pop up blocker.
If you’d rather not download a toolbar like the Google and Yahoo free pop up blocker requires, there are many other programs that you can download that run when you are online and provide excellent pop up blockage. Before installing your free pop up blocker you should be sure that it is compatible with your computer system as well as your current interent software.
Whatever free pop up blocker you choose, you’ll be much less frustrated each time you get on the internet. No more annoying ads for cell phone ring tones, or products to increase the size of your, well, you know. No more of that! Just uninterrupted web surfing! Imagine that! Novel concept, huh?
So, enjoy surfing the web with the help of your free pop up blocker. Goodness knows in just a few years, or less, there won’t be such a thing. You’ll have to pay for a pop up blocker! Good thing you got in on the deal now, huh? Or, maybe the advertising companies will finally realize no one is seeing their ads, so it’s an ineffective marketing tool. We can dream can’t we?
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