You can use AdBlock plugin for Chrome and Firefox Browser.
by Vicky Rathee - 19 hours ago
You can install a browser add on: https://adblockplus.org/en/ This allows you to block all kinds of ads and other things that pop up/in/under etc. It does sometimes interfere with legitimate entities on a page, so there is an option to disable its action on a particular website or just a page on any site. The ability to use it may depend on your browser. I use it with Firefox and have very few annoyances.
by Roger K - 19 hours ago
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