Facebook is one of the best social networking site which provides its service free of cost. To generate income for the company, it display Ads in right sidebar of your Facebook page. There are online shopping lovers who likes these Ads very much, while others want to remove these Ads from Facebook. Now the question arise how to remove these Facebook Ads. In this blog post I am going to explain how to remove Facebook Ads using AdBlock Extension.
Step by Step Tutorial to Remove Facebook Ads Using AdBlock Extension
It is a good, simple and social AdBlock extension for Chrome and Facebook user. With the help of this extension, you can remove all annoying Facebook Ads forever. This AdBlock technology works reliably with the new Facebook design. This step by step tutorial will help you to know how to remove Facebook Ads using AdBlock extension.
- AdBlock for Facebook is a chrome extension. You can install it from chrome web store. Click on the given link and you will be redirected to extension page.
- Now click on + Free icon given in upper right side.
- Confirm New extension by clicking on Add option.
- Now login to your Facebook account or refresh existing Facebook page.
- You will find a hand image in front of address bar. Refresh page and you will find that there is no Ad in right sidebar.
How to Disable Facebook AdBlock Extension
To disable the Facebook AdBlock Extension, just click on the Hand image given in front of the Address bar of Facebook tab. Now click on the Disable option. Once you click on the disable option, all sponsored and other Ads will appear again. If you want to enable this feature in future, then you can do it by click on the same hand image.
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