Thanks to its unwanted ad detection system, Shelblock allows you to effectively block intrusive ads. To reinforce anti-ad blocking, you can also set up a list of websites and applications in the "Blacklist" tab of your software. This list includes all the intrusive and disturbing ads that are disturbing to you. For fast, smooth, ad-free browsing on your computer, here's how to use Shelblock's blacklist.
What is the purpose of a blacklist?
Want to block ads from a particular site? Or an application full of intrusive ads and pop-up windows that prevent you from reading its content?
Adding this site to your blacklist will allow you to fluidify your navigation and to be able to go to this website or application without ads to disturb your reading.
How to use Shelblock's blacklist?
To remove ads from a website, application or software that is not already blocked by our algorithm, click on the "Filters" tab in the Shelblock software menu.
Depending on the interface you wish to add, click on the "Websites" or "Software" section, then click on "Blacklist".
Block ads from a website
To block ads from a site, click on "Add a website" in the top left corner.
Fill in the URL of the website (example: www.facebook.com)
Press the Enter key to add it to the blacklist.
Blocking software advertisements
To block ads from an application or software, click on "Add Software" in the top left corner.
Browse your system to find the software in question (.exe format).
Click "Open" to select it and add it to the blacklist.
In the black list (as in white list), you can disable, reactivate or remove a permission whenever you want.
Be careful, if you click "Remove All", Shelblock will automatically remove your entire blacklist.
If you have any other questions about blacklists, write to us via our online form.