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I have AdBlock Plus for Firefox, but is there any free program that can remove ads from external programs like AIM, and Videora iPod Converter? I tried admuncher, but my 90 day trial is over....
any suggestions?
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What makes AIM and MSN free is the adverts. If everybody removed these instant messaging services would close like no tomorrow.
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agreed....you want a free service...you have to put up with the ads...it's not that big of a deal
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all right...I just knew that admuncher did, so i just wondered if there was something else like that free....

what about for IE though? I use it every now and then in dire emergencies, and I can't stand nearly getting a seizure every time I try to access a page.
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There's always a catch on most free software. They all have ads. And some of them even have spyware on it.
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Employing the MVP Hosts file will stop most remote server ads from being displayed: http://www.mvps.org/...p2002/hosts.htm
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