Edited July 30, 2013 by vitorio Hi: As today I still have my white cow working but when run admuncher white cow icon my filters are not working. I installed Admuncher and all is good. This seems like a ' hands off' subject for some reason - that or there is no fix. This is kinda unacceptable for a 21st century computer. My plan is to create a new profile after I install Admuncher and only load the extensions I need which are minimal.
Of course, I don't have Ad Muncher so I can't test this. However, it's been 16 months, and there are no verifiable signs on any pending released coming anytime soon. I should make it clear that I have absolutely nothing to hide, but that fact alone does not mean didley squat in the world we now live in. Phasing out all filters, before he releases a new version of Ad-Mucher. You can't even see that the ad was ever there to begin with.
It has been great up until now, but with the release of Windows 8. Does this work as well as Adblock and will I be able to use this as a replacement for Firefox? Could it be the owner is just setting back and riding this thing out, collecting money. However they haven't touched the code in 16 months. I need Firefox so I can use Firebug to debug style issues. This whole edge thing may fail because people like me are sick and tired of pop ups.
Firefox is far superior and allows you to add on terrific programs that stop advertising and all this stuff no one cares about, cold in its tracks. From now on the adds keep coming. Add-ons that are essential, 1 No Script - this solves so many problems its not even funny. I really like AdMuncher for blocking certain web sites. The problems I've been having with Firefox lately all stem from using Adblock and Noscript.
I've been using them both without any issue for the last month. That part alone tells me you have no idea what you're talking about. From now on the adds keep coming. Filters becoming fewer and fewer. Hi, As you indicated, Group Policy Editor gpedit. Unfortunately Group Policy exists only in Professional and higher editions Enterprise and Ultimate.
I do have custom accelerators to filer websites. You can actually use AdBlock and Ad Muncher together, they don't seem to interfere with each other or cause problems together. Rich used to use it all of the time with Firefox. I am so glad you said that Dougie as you caught me on my Windows 7 desktop and it doesn't happen here either. I still have backup of all filters. It appears the main programmer Murray has not been heard from in their forums for several months. Edited August 28, 2013 by darkrats.
There's always a worry when the posting of filters begins to slow down. Next, reduce a lot of this data and files by preventing it in the first place. Phase out the filter to the old Ad-Muncher. It has worked geat up to now, and I was happy with it. It even works with Opera which I rarely use anymore.
And Adguard is updated frequently - it was updated just days ago. I want ad block or similar back in an easy to download manner, not something for nerds. You know I always felt there was something about Windows 8 that by default let in all kinds of advertising and now I know it. Will I be able to then remove the other filter lists I have enabled? Hope this information is helpful. Like I and others have said, Windows 8 sucks and you guys knew that when you released it. Apparently Ad Muncher is not compatible with Windows 8. When he releases new version of the program, it will certainly be a different way that the program handles filters.