How to get rid of the dreaded YouTube ad-blocker
A couple of months ago, I was having a difficult time with YouTube ads.
The ads were intrusive, and I was feeling overwhelmed.
The YouTube logo appeared everywhere I visited, including the top navigation bar.
I also noticed that I was getting lots of “unfriendly” ads from other people, and the ads were not always on top of the other ads.
I was even getting spam.
I couldn’t help but wonder: Why is my internet connection slowing down and slowing down my ability to see ads?
I had a simple idea: Why do ads keep appearing on top?
After some experimentation, I found a solution: I had to delete the YouTube adblocker.
Delete it from the Chrome web browser.
The Chrome browser is an extension that adds ad blocking to the Chrome browser.
The extension adds a button to the right of the browser menu.
The extension is not in the default Chrome menu.
If you click on the extension button, Chrome will automatically launch the extension.
On the first page, you can set the default settings for your browser, which include whether or not the extension will automatically remove all ads when you open a new tab.
You can also configure the default extension settings so that they are applied automatically.
The default settings will delete all ads that are not from you or your device.
You are then presented with a menu that shows all of the extensions that you can add to your browser.
You should click on “Remove Ads” to remove all of these extensions.
I was excited about my decision to remove the YouTube blocker from my browser.
I have to admit that I had never seen ads in Chrome before.
I figured I was just wasting my time and that I would never notice ads in the Chrome menu when I opened a new window.
However, the first time I opened the Chrome Browser, I noticed that there were ads.
Ads from other browsers.
Ad-blockers that were not from Chrome.
I quickly realized that I could disable the YouTube ads by deleting the extension from Chrome and then opening up the extension in Chrome again.
After the first two weeks that I removed the extension and then reopened the browser, the ads stopped appearing.
The next few weeks, I saw ads again, but not the annoying ads that I normally see.
I decided to try and uninstall the extension so that I wouldn’t have to worry about the annoying YouTube ads again.
After all, I had removed the YouTube extension, so I was still technically “unbanning” the extension that is blocking ads from me.
I had an idea: why didn’t the extension remove all the ads?
After much trial and error, I finally found the answer.
After I uninstalled the extension for the first and second time, I removed all of them.
I then opened up Chrome and tried to open up the YouTube extensions again.
All the ads appeared again.
I tried disabling the extension again, and all of those ads reappeared.
After disabling the YouTube blocking extension, I tried reinstalling the extension on my Chromebook.
This time, the videos appeared without any ads.
In fact, I actually felt much more secure by using Chrome again than when I uninstalled the extension because I could easily unblock the extensions again, since the extension was not blocking them anymore.
I have a simple question for you: If I unblock an extension, is that the end of the YouTube advertisement?
Is that the reason I cannot see ads anymore?
Are YouTube ads no longer annoying?
The YouTube adblocking extension has been downloaded over a million times, and over a quarter of those downloads are from people who want to make sure they can see ads.
For those people, it seems that disabling the extensions is no longer a solution.
I understand that people don’t want to see any ads, but they also don’t know how to get around the ads blocking extensions.
It seems that the Google extension is causing this problem for many users.
How do you uninstall YouTube ads?
Let me know in the comments.