I have looked around for a download concerning "ad remover" similar to Norton and supposed Firefox had a free or cheaper one already? For example when following education videos on YouTube (w/o being a premium visitor) it's a blessing not to be interrupted constantly. I tested Norton, works fine but it's quite expensive.
I have searched for above at Mozilla, but get articles "ad blocker" and how to prevent users URL addresses from being saved when visiting a site and these are not the same if understanding right?
Please advice link to an "ad remover" at Firefox when visiting other websites because it saves hours every week. If Firefox don't have one, my proposal is that Firefox develops one, either for free or for a limited amount of monthly cost (say $0.5-1/month?). I'm pretty sure it would be a success.
Sorry if I've asked for something that already exists, in that case please advise where I can find it. I'd be glad to download and take advantage of it.
/Regards Peter S
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Firefox forum is for End user help with Firefox browser in general. Advice is generally not given as to what Addons or userChrome.css a user installs or use once they install the Browser with defaults. You can look at Firefox Addon site for adblocker and read the reviews of the user to find out which one will provide what your looking for in place of a adblocker setup. Help is limited to issues when installed and not working with Firefox but not to tell user what they install or Addon to Firefox itself.
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This is a community support forum of users helping users so people are welcome to give some suggestions or help with an extension(s) if they used it. Not sure why you have been so against people getting help with Firefox related things like Extensions here.