If you are using AdGuard I don't think you should also use uBlock Origin. One adblocker should be enough.Hello everyone,
Here is my 2021 config, Not much has changed, though I did buy and are currently using AdGuard. Any feedback would be appreciated,
Personally I prefer uBlock Origin on my laptop and use AdGuard on my Android phone and iPad.Yeah, thanks. I think the reason why I had added UBlock was that AdGuard either broke a site or didn't start. At one point WD refused to update AdGuard as well. I'll see if hard config works.
This is of course also personal. Both are great and AdGuard is system wide, but I prefer no root certificate and the better speed and more info what's connected plus the advanced blocking modes from uBlock Origin. IMO AdGuard is more set and forget and uBlock Origin more for people who want to tinker and get the most speed out of things. System wide adblocking can also (partly) be accomplished by using an adblocking DNS server.Hey, I have a personal question: is Ublock Origin better than AdGuard(system-wide) on Windows if you have Chrome as primary.?
If you use the Windows version you don't need to set Adguard DNS as DNS provider, as it blocks ads systemwide anyway. If you want to get ads blocked across multiple devices, you could set Adguard DNS on a router level and take another DNS provider like Cloudflare or Quad9 in the Adguard Windows app.
Privacy Possum is outdated and HTTPS Everywhere is redundant as it got integrated into Firefox pretty recently. (You can find HTTPS-Only-Mode in the privacy settings)
Yes, if it works for you its ok to use AdGuard DNS filtering on Windows and Android. I have it on Android because of the new the new DNS-over-QUIC protocol. On iOS and iPadOS you need it for systemwide adblocking.
With AdGuard Stealth Mode and Firefox HTTPS-Only Mode there is no need for those extensions:
Would you say that your statement is also true for Chrome? Thank you kindly.With AdGuard Stealth Mode and Firefox HTTPS-Only Mode there is no need for those extensions: