Chrome’s New Ad Filter: How It Works and How to Enable/Disable It

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It’s been almost a year since Google first announced that it was going to add a built-in ad-blocker to Chrome. That day is finally here, and any ads that don’t play nice with the Better Ads Standard will be blocked. For example, ads such as auto-play videos, pop-ups, full-screen ads, and more will be blocked. It doesn’t matter if you are using Chrome for desktop or Android, Google’s new ad blocker will be included. You’re not obligated to use the ad blocker; you can disable it if you want to. How Google’s New Ad Blocker Works Rather than naming it

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