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How do I turn off invisible advertisements?

I tries control alt delete but it doesn't help

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There is a tool called AdBlock that you can download as an addon for your browser. I personally use AdBlock Plus, and I haven't encountered an ad, visible or otherwise, since I installed. This includes those on videos and streams.

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If it is invisible, how can u see it and why would it bother you?

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I hate invisible windows

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I honestly have no idea. I search everything that's on, and I can't find it. I can just hear that talking. Then I click X on the internet and POOF! It's gone.

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i tried that but everytime i reconnect i hear them again
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I feel your pain! I have invisible people in my house and when the police ask what they look like? I say I don't know I cant see them. They think I'm nuts to Buddy!

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Well at least you can't hear them right?
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I have the same problem as AnimeMoonWolf, it annoys me a lot. Those invisible ads are connected with pages we open, guess it is hard for us to filter those ads...

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i heard one plug-in board at google chrome,after installed it,you can never see any invisible ads while playing computer.

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Are you talking about Subliminal ads? Those are ads that appear in 2 - 5 frames of film out of usual 24 frames per second. Movie theaters used them *very* briefly in the 70's to flash messages like "Feel Thirsty?" then "Have a soda!!". Your brain registers the message subconsciously but isn't consciously aware of it. In a way, your brain sees the message, but in another it doesn't. That's the closest thing I can think to an "invisible ad" and the government made them illegal in a hurry once they found out theaters were using them. (And by the way, they were VERY effective. When they ran specific ads, "Buy Popcorn before the movie starts", something like 20% of the audience jumped up to go buy popcorn.) Scary, huh? Good thing they're illegal now.........
p.s. I've found Ghostery very effective in getting rid of pop-ups, cookies & anything else you don't want tracking or bothering you.. Hope that helps.

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