Internet Explorer 9 has a customizable list for blocking those ads that follow you around the Internet like a paparazzi stalker. Stop them cold by learning how to use IE9's tracking protection.
Seth RosenblattFormer Senior Writer / News
Senior writer Seth Rosenblatt covered Google and security for CNET News, with occasional forays into tech and pop culture. Formerly a CNET Reviews senior editor for software, he has written about nearly every category of software and app available.
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Configure Internet Explorer 9's Tracking Protection
Ads that track your online behavior using cookies aren't the worst problem on the Internet, but they are one of the more annoying ones. Internet Explorer 9 offers a tracking ad blocker similar to Firefox's AdBlock Plus add-on, except this one's built in.
In this video, we show you how to enable the list, how to tweak it to your liking, and how to download extra lists to customize it even further.
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