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How-To: Add WinBeta to your Adblock whitelist to support the site and its writers!

WinBeta with AdBlock enabled

Let’s face it – installing Adblock on your internet browser helps websites become clutter-free and fast. There is no denying that Adblock is popular and a lot of people use it. However, we here at WinBeta would greatly appreciate if you could add us to your Adblock whitelist. ​The reason is simple: we depend on advertising revenue to support our writers and website; this is what keeps us all going and able to make a livin

Not sure if you have Adblock enabled? If you see the following message on our homepage, then you are blocking ads: 

You are seeing this message because it appears you are using Adblock. We know that Adblock makes the web nice and clean, but please consider supporting WinBeta and its writers by disabling it for the site.”

If you want to continue to support our work, here is how you can disable Adblock for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.

Internet Explorer

Starting with Internet Explorer, simply go down to the status bar and click the “ABP” icon (red stop-sign like icon) and hit “Disable on www.winbeta.org.”
Note: If you can not see the status bar in IE, then right click on the top menu bar and check to show “Status bar”.

How to add WinBeta to your adblock whitelist so you can support the site and writers!

Firefox

For those of you on Firefox, simply go up to the top-right of the page and hit the ABP button.
Hit the “Disable on winbeta.org” option and you are done!

How to add WinBeta to your adblock whitelist so you can support the site and writers!

Chrome

For those of you who use Chrome, the process is the same as above.
Hit the ABP button and simply toggle the option from Enabled to Disabled for our site.

How to add WinBeta to your adblock whitelist so you can support the site and writers!

That’s all, you are done! You now have disabled Adblock within your web browser for WinBeta.
We appreciate our audience and thank you for your continuous support!

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