Thanks for the tip! Have been trying it on our Win9x IE5 test machine with excellent results! For the last hour have been comparing the WebWasher (WW) machine with a std machine. The (WW) definately freed up screen space on websites covered with ads. Another plus is that it removed the flashing ads--which to me can be very distracting!
Baxterzine, Very Interesting! Never checked for resource usage, only speed of website loading--which tended to speed up on sites with wall to wall ads. The PC we are testing it on only has 32 MB. Also we have not noticed any additional instability from it.
CV Thanks for the Naviscope tip, checked their website FAQ. Have you loaded both on a PC and compared them? If so would be interested in your opinion concerning the speed and best/worse features of each. Thanks!
No I didn't see a problem with the resources drop but seemed excessive to drop from 96% to 83% and truthfully I didnt see much difference in speed on page loading, but then I dont go to too many sights full with ads. I also use dsl so it seems pretty quick for the most part, not as fast as my regular pc's but ok for a 233 with 128 meg ram.
I like playing with those programs and it is fun to try to tweak them. Navascope wouldnt work with WinME, it caused lots of freeze ups and I had to uninstall it.Chuck
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