Tried WebWasher — I’ll stick with AdSubtract PRO

There’s nothing wrong with it, just that I prefer the interaction methods of AdSubtract PRO. Course, WebWasher Classic is free and AdSubtract PRO costs money but I don’t think that necessarily has anything to do with it — the WebWasher folks have plenty of other products that cost money so they probably know how to do a UI fairly cheaply. One thing I do wish, though: that updates for AdSubtract PRO were forthcoming. It seems almost like they’ve stopped developing it and maintaining the ad database. That said, there’s nothing wrong with it. Oh, sure, one thing I’d change: I’d like to be able to request that AdSubtract PRO ask me if I want to allow a pop-up window to appear instead of just always silently killing it — that’s what CookieCop 2 from ZDNet does.

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