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Raymond.cc roundup of ad blocking extensions

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mouser:
Nice roundup with lots of charts showing performance impacts of a variety of ad blockers, on memory, cpu, page loading times, etc.


https://www.raymond.cc/blog/10-ad-blocking-extensions-tested-for-best-performance/




JavaJones:
Nice. Go ┬ÁBlock Origin! I discovered it recently myself, thanks to another DC member, and it's been good so far. Nice to see my impressions confirmed. :)

- Oshyan

tomos:
^ FWIW I prefer the uBlock variation - the "origin" version started blocking whole webpages which I felt wasn't it's job:
https://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=41317.msg385536#msg385536

mwb1100:
I find the whole uBlock/uBlock Origin thing to be an unfortunate and confusing mess.

I guess I'm just glad that Adguard seemed to perform respectably, even if it wasn't a top performer. I've been happy with it.

tomos:
I find the whole uBlock/uBlock Origin thing to be an unfortunate and confusing mess.
-mwb1100 (August 28, 2015, 05:46 PM)
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agreed -
the fact of it ('Origin') going beyond my idea of what an adblocker does, made me more active in reporting my preference.

FWIW I'm currently using PaleMoon and 'Adblock Latitude' - I am still waiting for the ideal browser/adblocking extension ;-)

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