Adblock Plus and (a little) more

How to Use Adblock Plus in Private Mode · 2017-11-27 17:47 by Shannon Sewell Bell

Did you know that you can use Adblock Plus in Private mode? You’ve probably switched to private mode in the past and noticed that Adblock Plus wasn’t there. You will first need to activate it for ABP in order to use it there. Follow the steps below to activate Adblock Plus while in private mode.

For Chrome and Opera you will need to make sure you have enabled private or incognito mode in the extensions list. To access the extensions list follow the steps below.

Step 1. Type chrome://extensions into the address bar.
Step 2. Check the box that says “allow in incognito mode” under Adblock Plus in the extensions list.

Step 1. Type opera://extensions in the address bar
Step 2. Check the box that says “allow in private mode” under Adblock Plus in the extensions list.

No additional steps are needed for Safari and Firefox, and the extension’s functionality is not affected.

Microsoft Edge: Extensions are grayed, and lose their functionality when private mode is enabled on Edge. We suggest using the alternatives listed above for private browsing.

Feel free to contact us if you have more questions!


Comment [2]

  1. Shanin Ziemer · 2017-12-05 08:30 · #

    What about Firefox?

  2. bopoh13 · 2017-12-12 10:14 · #

    Since we see that Firefox has broken the work of add-ons, you don’t need to rush to restore functionality for the version of ABP 3.0. The main tools for working with subscriptions are handy lists. And the ABP will again be lapidary.

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