Everyone has long known that advertising is the engine of trade. But Internet users are very often annoyed by the pop-up "engine" in browsers. It's not even that the traffic is spent on it is not clear what, and not that the page takes a long time to load. Here's the most annoying thing, after a five-minute wait, the required resource opens and … At least a quarter of the screen is hidden by the very notorious engine of trade and progress. A huge number of irritated netizens have a fairly logical question: "How to remove ads in Opera?"
In addition, Internet advertising can have various characteristics - from harmless and (sometimes) useful contextual advertising to annoying pop-ups that block the computer from dangerous ransomware. Many sites, according to users, simply sin with advertising, many are outraged. But people need money to survive, and the owners of Internet resources (blogs, websites, forumsetc.) is no exception. Oftentimes, affiliate shopping site ads are their only bread.
There are various ways to combat annoying ads on websites in the form of pop-ups, banners, videos, etc.
Disabling ads through browser settings
Pop-up banners are usually implemented through a JAVA script. To disable them, it is enough to disable Java in the browser. For a description of how to perform this action in the most popular Firefox and Opera browsers, read on.
Now consider Firefox. In the browser or in the top line of the browser menu, go to the tabs: - "Tools" -> "Settings" -> "Content".
But this method has its negative points: some sites use Java scripts to display their pages in a quality manner, and without them it is impossible to see the content of the site.
You can enable Java in Opera for trusted sites. To do this, in the tab"Content" you need to go to "Settings for sites", add trusted sites, and in the "Scripts" tab, we allow the use of Java.
Disabling ads using programs
Many programs have been created to disable pop-ups and ads. List of basic utilities:
- AD Muncher.
How to remove ads in Opera using the AdBlock program
Open the Opera browser. Click on the Opera button in the upper left corner. From the pop-up window, go to the "Extensions" tab. The plugins window opens. In the left part of the window, click on the "Get more extensions" button.
Next, in the search box located in the upper right corner of the screen, you need to write ad block and press Enter. In the list that appears, the AdBlock plugin will appear first. Click on it, then on the green button "Add to Opera". It is located on the right side of the window that opens. With these simple manipulations, you will start downloading and installing AdBlock for Opera.
After the installation process is completed, a browser window will open, which will notify us that henceforth, in all pages without exception, pop-up windows will be absent. Independent tests have shown remarkable results - removing ads in Opera AdBlock is very easy, after installing the program, one ad appeared on the screen, which was quickly closed without waiting for the 30-second limit.
For Google Chrome browser moreAdBlock+ is considered suitable.
How to remove ads in Opera using the Adguard program
One of the simplest and most common, besides shareware, is Adguard, which supports many browsers:
- Mozilla Firefox;
- Internet Explorer;
- Google Chrome;
- Netscape Navigator;
Using her example, consider how to remove ads in Opera. First, download the program from a trusted source and install it on your computer. Having launched the utility, we simply enable ad protection in its menu. Like everything perfect, Adguard is very easy to use. The program, without touching anything superfluous, removed ads forever.
The program protects children from harmful content and pornographic sites, pop-up windows, blocks ads, speeds up the loading of web pages and helps save traffic.
Internet trading engine and online video viewing
Is it possible to remove ads on YouTube? Not only possible, but necessary. You need to visit the site youtube.com, launch the control line in the browser. To do this, press the following keyboard shortcuts:
- in Opera or Chrome browser under Windows/ChromeOS/Linux operating system Ctrl + Shift + J, under Mac Command-Option-J;
- Firefox under Windows/ ChromeOS/ Linux - Ctrl + Shift + K, under Mac Command-Option-K;
- Internet Explorer - F12 and select Console.
Copy the command andpaste it into the newly pop-up window:
[removed]="VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=oKckVSqvaGw; path=/; domain=.youtube.com";[removed].reload();
Next, press the Enter key on your keyboard. No more annoying ads to disturb you while watching videos.
Since it's quite easy and simple to remove ads in Opera (it's also not very difficult in other browsers), then a logical question arises: why, as they say, pay more and wait longer?