The ads that pop up on your news feed and social networks are just the tip of the iceberg.
In addition to the usual clutter, there are countless other annoying ads that you can get rid on your computer, phone or tablet without really knowing how.
Here are five ways to get your news and social media feeds clean, without breaking the bank.
Stop using your ad blockers The ads you’re seeing today are only the tip at the iceberg of what you can do to help reduce your ad-blocking usage.
To start, you need to be aware of your ad blocking settings.
Adblockers block ads, including the ones you are using.
The default settings are pretty basic, but you can modify them to tailor your ads to your preferences.
To do so, open up Adblocker settings on your device and find the ad-blocker tab.
Click on “Settings” and select “Manage my settings.”
From there, you’ll see a list of your preferences, including how many ad blockers you have installed.
Make sure the option “I’m OK with the default setting” is unchecked, and click “OK.”
Your ad blocker settings should now be updated.
Clear your browser history to free up space 1.
Remove the ad blocker you are not using 1.1 Remove the Adblock Plus extension that comes with Chrome or Firefox to free space in your browser’s cache.
This is important if you want to remove ads from the news feed.
To open up the browser history, tap on the menu button at the top of your screen and then tap “More,” then select “History.”
From here, you can remove ads or view them.
You can also change the number of ads displayed per page and delete all of them.
1: Remove the extension that is associated with the AdBlock Plus extension and then clear your browser cache.
It will then remove all of the ad blocking content in your cache.
2: Open up the Google Chrome extension and remove the Ad Block Plus extension.
Clear out the cache on your Google Chrome browser and clear your cache on all of your devices.
Remove all of those ads that are blocking your search results and your news feeds.
Make your browser faster by removing ads from your search engine.
1) Search Google Chrome 1: Clear out your browser and cache to free room in your web cache.2) Clear out all of these ads and remove them from your browser.3) Delete all of their content.4) Open up your browser settings, then select the “History” tab and then select your history.
From there you can choose to clear out any ads, view them, or delete them.
5) Remove all the ads that block your search for news, news content, and search results.
1/5 A quick Google search will help you remove some annoying ad blocking.