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    The application (DoNotTrackMe), which is designed to prevent websites from tracking you was recently purchased by a company named Blur. All of a sudden I noticed that DoNotTrackMe had been replaced by Blur. Which on the surface would have been o.k., except it made my Internet Browser (Google Chrome) unstable.
    Richard
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    I'm using DoNotTrackMe and Google Chrome no problems so far except the blue popup that comes up when I first get on the Internet. How does make it unstable? I'm very computer challenged.
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    • #3
      On my PC the blue window would pop-up in an area I needed to work and would interfere. For example, it was blocking the Username/Password area to allow me to log into this site.

      Edit:
      Pooch, I reinstalled it and it isn't doing that any longer. I cannot tell from reading their website whether or not they are going to start charging for it or not. Maybe they'll just charge for the Premium version.
      Richard
      Darksider #390
      Murgie's FAQ

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      • #4
        For anyone using Firefox as their web browser, that "Do-Not-Track-Me" app is not needed. Just go into >Tools >Options >Privacy and then check the box that says "Tell sites that I do not want to be tracked".

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