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A new function saves up to 20% of your PC memory, enabling you to enjoy a fluent experience when visiting video websites. Over 10 million people use AdBlock every day to browse the web without the irritation of advertisements.
NEW YORK, NY, November 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- YAC recently launched AdBlock, a new function to help your PC run smoother and faster by blocking unwanted ads to speed up page loading. It's unique and innovative features include: Block Ads, Disable Ads Tracking, Block Suspicious Domains, Typo Correction etc.
"YAC AdBlock is unique because it allows appropriate ads to enter through a special doorway. These ads follow strict guidelines and are accepted by the software. However," explains YAC founder, Binsen Tang. "If the user chooses not to see an ad, they have the ability to manually alert AdBlock to block the ad."
Since launched on October 31, YAC AdBlock has received a very warm welcome in the market and continues to receive many good reviews, along with numerous thank you letters. For instance, Henry Bennett, a user in Pennsylvania, United States said: "I used to suffer tons of ads when I visit some video sites, which make the speed very slow, thanks for giving me this excellent software! It's saved more than 5 seconds for each page! My PC runs very fast now!"
Today, the easy to use YAC software boasts a user base of over 3 million users, with a success rate of blocking billions of unwanted ads each day.
"From our database, we have already blocked more than 136 billion negative ads all around the world," says Binsen. "Our agenda for 2015 is to bring YAC to the attention of more users and develop more innovative functions to help users protect their PCs. We want to not only obtain good reviews from users, but we are also committed to getting the approval of professionals in our field."
As online advertisements increasingly become flashier, bigger and more intrusive, many users are turning to YAC AdBlock to enable them to view the real content on sites without wasting their bandwidth on distractions.
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