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Safe Pop-Up Blockers

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:tazz: Can you please recommend a safe Pop-Up Blocker, one that won't have malware or ads attached to it. I use Yahoo's toolbar now, and that helps some. But, I still get some even with SP2 from Microsoft. Please let me know if there is a SAFE one around to use.
Thank You, Renee
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look out and try the google tool bar with pop-up blocker.I use it with IE.I also tested it some website.It almost blocks the common types of pop-ups.that's handy.
you can download it from http://toolbar.google.com/index_2

And if u want a safe browser with a built-in pop-up blocker,please try mozilla's firefox which can be downloaded from http://www.mozilla.o...oducts/firefox/
real good stuff!

:-) stallion.
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