Windows 10 Anniversary Update with built-in ad blocker on Edge

Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update will add a built-in ad blocker to Edge something that will make them relevant almost unnecessary.

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In a session on the first day of Build 2016, one of the Microsoft executives showed a slide showing the map of Edge's development path, revealing that in addition to the extensions, the next update, which will be called the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, it will come with a built-in "browser ad blocker."

As noted by ZDNet, future versions of Windows 10 could bring an early version of this ad blocker while the regular versions will be released in the summer.

On the other hand, the well-known Adblock Plus was one of the first companies to announce one for Microsoft Edge.

We don't know exactly how the built-in feature will work in the Edge browser, but the goal is to an ad blocking solution that won't need to download anything else to work. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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