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pop up blocker

Is there any portable pop up blocker ?

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Welcome Cnxqpptbap

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For what browser?

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Thanks for help. I don't

Thanks for help.

I don't know different browser need different pop up blocker ... TT

I think most PC I use are using IE.

But it is better if you can also suggest pop up blocker for other browser too, since I may use it in other PC with different browser later.

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Could you try using

Could you try using FirefoxPortable from this site, in most cases it can block popups without the need of an external popup blocker.

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or get the AdBlock extension

and block all ads.
For Internet explorer (which I rarely use) there is the IE7Pro plugin, it has a nice popup/ad blocker.

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Opera has a built-in pop-up

Opera has a built-in pop-up blocker that can be customized for any web site.

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Thanks all for help. I want

Thanks all for help.

I want pop up blocker instead of Firefox/Opera because I think a pop up blocker is much smaller then a browser.

Portable device always have limited size...

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Confused

Forgive me for being confused here.

A pop-up blocker works with a browser.
It prevents pop-ups in the browser.
All modern browsers,
IE 6+
FF
Opera
have a pop-up blocker build in.

I can't speak about Opera but the popup blocker in both IE6+ and FF are very good.

So I'm still not sure what you need.
What browser (and version) are you using that you feel you need a separate blocker?

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I was thinking,

maybe Off by One browser'll do. It's small, and since it doesn't support Javascript, there are no popups or ads.

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Sorry, I don't understand, is

Sorry, I don't understand, is it a browser call "Off by One" ?
Anyway, if the browser don't support Javascript, it will can't normal visit some sites too, this is not good.

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I need to use some older PC

I need to use some older PC (some of them still running Win98), I have check some of the IE ver, it is 6.0.x. I can't find any pop up blocking function in it.

I still can find new added pop up blocker in tucows (but don't look like portable), is it a separate blocker can work better then the browser build-in one ?

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