SOLVED New free utility released yesterday to block tracking in all browsers, except Opera


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Not my field of (limited) knowledge, but isn't that something similar to the "tracking protection" in IE?
 

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It's similar, but it's apparently better than the one's included in the browser's according to PC World's article. The 1st link was the article.
 

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Sure did. That's why I installed it for IE9 & FF10. It's weird that they don't have a version for Opera. Though, ever since Opera 10.50, it's appeared to me that they're behind the times now. It work's with Chrome & Safari also. I don't use either, so I can't verify it.
 
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I just went to a few site's to test it out. It blocked 1 @ filehippo.com, 2 @ cnet.com and 14 @google.com . If you click on it's icon next to IE9's Home button on the right of the address box, it show's a popup report of the site your at.
 
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