One of the new features of the newly released browser from Microsoft, Internet Explorer 9, is the ability to use a tracking ad blocker. Unlike Firefox, this feature is built in and you don’t need a third party add-on.
As cNet reports, many websites have ads that track your online behavior by utilizing a cookie. It may not be the biggest deal to some, but it sure is annoying. Internet Explorer 9 has a built in ad tracking blocker that will help you solve this problem. Follow the video tutorial below, courtesy of cNet, and you should be protected from now on!Further reading: Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft