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    I'm satisfied so far with IE7. It has basically replaced firefox until I download firefox 2.0. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a plugin for IE7 similar to Firefox's AdBlock? That's the only trouble i've had with it is that i'm not used to seeing all the ads

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    mr. nails's Avatar m@D @n!m3 BT Rep: +1
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    no answer to ur question, but i too like ie7 and have looked into plug-ins for the browser and from what i've found u have to pay for the plug-ins which is pretty gay. GO FF!?
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    You know if you had Agnitum Outpost Firewall...Theres a plugin for it to remove ads, but its not exactly like AbBlock...still good & an amazing firewall.

    Hope this helps...somewhat.
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    Kaspersky Internet Security 6 installs an IE plugin for adblocking and script scanning.
    I couldn't say for certain how it works in IE7 as I haven't installed that.
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