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AD MUNCHER

Discussion in 'General Software' started by BGBG, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. BGBG

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    I downloaded and installed AdMuncher on W7 laptop. Any suggetions or recommendations for configuration boxes?
     
  2. DSTM (Dougie)

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    I have had AdMuncher for some years. There is nothing you need to configure, except under "customize", I set it to "Show Icons and Notifications".
    Then the Admuncher Icon appears in the Task Bar, near the clock.
    "White" Icon, all is well. "Red" Icon, you need to investigate.
    I quite like AdMuncher.

    Like any Program, suits some users and not others.
     
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    Sorry, but in v4.94.34121/7136(free) I do not see a "customize" choice or "Show Icons and Notification", White icon is in the tray so maybe will just leave as is unless further instructions.
     
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    If the Icon is showing, that's fine.
    Yes. just leave as is.
     
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    OK...GREAT.
     
  6. DSTM (Dougie)

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    Hi Bill.
    Later, after you have had AdMuncher doing it's job for a while, you can "Left Click" on the "White icon" and select "Default Filters" from the drop down.
    It will show you how many Ads it has blocked. Amazing number.
     

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