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Discussion in 'Browsers and Extensions' started by gbpackerfan, Nov 27, 2011.
Is it safe to do that for the Google Chrome?
Why would you wan't to do that?
It would slow the browser down to much to have any benefits.
As iPanik says this can only serve to slow things down with no benefits.
Adblock plus is better, use it. You won't benefit anything using both.
I guess more people use adblock plus so it will keep getting updates quicker than adblock.
Okay, thanks for the replies! And is Adblock Plus really better than Adblock? For the Google Chrome, I mean. It says that Adblock Plus is still in beta version for Chrome...
Go to about:flags in Chrome's URL bar. Enable experimental extensions API. Restart the browser.
that's the best adblocking you can get on Chrome
Like an antivirus you cannot install two adblockers at the same time.
Just pick the addon that made it effective for blocking ads.
It is safe as far as I know. I use them both in Chrome and they don't slow down the browser at all. As a matter of fact, when I installed AdBlock Plus, for some reason, AdBlock installed with it. They work together on my laptop, not against each other. My browser is super fast.
Good lord, what a thread necro There's no question of "safety", it's a matter of why bother? These extensions are nothing without their lists, so why have two extensions checking several different lists when you can just have one doing it? It may or may not slow things down, but it's just pointless extra work for both the extensions and the browser. K.I.S.S I always say.
Exactly, both reference pretty much the same lists (which is what actually does the ad blocking.)
Im currently using ublock origin in my google chrome and it blocks ads and scripts all in one extension...low on resources too.