Problem with pop-ups on bottom of screen
I use W7 Home and IE 9.0. In general, I have no problems with pop-ups, except of late I'm getting an increasing number of pop-ups along the bottom of the screen.
But, any ideas on how I can eliminate such annoying pop-ups? Note that the elongated rectangular pop-ups occur on a lot of the Yahoo sites.
Also there is usually an X where I can close the pop-up. Again, the pop-up is a long rectangle along the bottom of myscreen, maybe 1/3"- 1" high.
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