When it comes to internet browsing, you might not want to be spending too much time on the internet.
The most popular browser, which is now installed on an average of 5.7% of US smartphones, has been a hotbed of security flaws.
Now, there’s a new Windows 10 update that can disable Internet Explorer’s annoying ads.
The latest version of Internet Explorer 12, which Microsoft rolled out in August, includes a new feature called AdBlock Plus that can help users block ads from websites that they visit.
The feature works in tandem with Microsoft’s own ad blocking software called Adblock Plus.
The software can block the ads by making sure the browser doesn’t load the adblocker or by setting the browser to a whitelist of sites.
This feature is designed to help consumers who have trouble viewing ads without turning to a third-party.
In other words, if you don’t trust a site you’re browsing on the web, AdBlockPlus can help you block the ad in question.
AdBlock+ isn’t exactly a new addition to the browser.
It was previously known as Internet Explorer Blocker, which blocked ads that didn’t belong to the same company.
It’s now known as AdBlock, which has been renamed.
The new version of AdBlock has been updated to block all advertisements from the following websites: Facebook, Google, YouTube, and others.
The browser also has a new setting called Disable AdBlocker, to help users disable ads on their own.
This setting can be turned on by going to Control Panel > Internet Options > Advanced > Internet > Ads > Disable Adblocker.
The setting is marked as on by default, and you can turn it off by going into the Settings app > Advanced tab > Advanced options.
Adblock is a bit more complicated to use than most of the other options, so if you’re a regular user of the browser, you may want to look into the settings and try to find an easy way to disable the ads.