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Thread: Ie To Add A Pop-up Blocker

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    Microsoft plans to add pop-up blocking features to Internet Explorer next year as part of its Service Pack 2 update for Windows XP, a move that would go far toward stamping out the Web advertisements.
    Finally IE is going to add a feature that is worth while! Go here for the full article and details. If anyone knows any other news about IE, post it here. I know that many people on this forum use Netscape, Mozilla, MyIE2, or Opera which already includes a pop-up blocker, but I still use IE and I thought the people who use it (or don't) might be interested.

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    B) Sweet! Cant wait for sp2.
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    dont need a pop blocker anymore but just wating for that SP2


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    Originally posted by downloader2008@10 November 2003 - 19:50
    Microsoft plans to add pop-up blocking features to Internet Explorer next year...
    Looks like another Microsoft bug that&#39;s going to be fixed.

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    this is good even though i dont use IE anymore

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    wow another big step forward for microsoft to monopolize the market

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    5 bucks says it is shit, and you have to reg edit to turn it off.

    I would rather use the one that I have.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    The only thing is that it is bad for webmasters. The vast majority of users use IE still (i am one of them) and once IE has a pop-up blocker, webmasters are going to get no revenue from their ads because they will probably be all blocked.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Instead of a popup blocker, how about micro&#036;oft implementing the feature to UNINSTALL Internet Exploiter?&#33;

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Originally posted by Johnny_B@13 November 2003 - 17:29
    Instead of a popup blocker, how about micro&#036;oft implementing the feature to UNINSTALL Internet Exploiter?&#33;
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