Adguard vs. Adblocker Ultimate – are they equal as Windows apps?

Forums General Discussion Adguard vs. Adblocker Ultimate – are they equal as Windows apps?

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    danielson
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    I’ve had Adguard for Windows (shareware) for quite a while, along with their extension for Firefox and now, there’s Adblocker Ultimate, the new kid on the block that does both for free.

    Seeing that they both seem to offer the same features, which is best?

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    danielson
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    Just noticed that Adblocker Ultimate Windows app. is shareware as it offers 15 day trial.

    Hum, how did i miss that?!

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    VecchioScarpone
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    @ danielson, welcome to the forum.

    (L.M) from gizmo’s

    "Today is yesterday's future - Carpe diem"

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    Trooper
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    I’ve never heard of Adblocker Ultimate.  I do use Adguard for certain things but mainly use uBO in whatever browser I am using at the moment.
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    TerrakionSmash
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    Uh! I never knew Adblocker Ultimate had a Windows App.

    Adblocker Ultimate actually has more users than Adguard.

    Caveat though, Adblocker Ultimate seems to be participating in copyright infringement. https://twitter.com/Pythux/status/1154403982342852609

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    danielson
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    Think i’ll stick to Adguard or uBlock Origin! 😉
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    pablito21
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    Oh yeah, without a doubt, after having tried various extensions to block ads, I’m left with ublock origin for Chrome. It’s awsome, also block YouTube ads.

    Regarts

     

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