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I don't think it's a rip off. You don't get much extra for buying Piriform products for example but you are helping supporting them for their time and costs. It has likely taken years to acquire the skills to make these products. If I had the means I would donate to all the free apps I use.
@ Hermitt. It's true simple Adblock Pro works just like the free version. The difference is the free version only works for the first 200 ads it finds and blocks; the Pro version doesn't limit the number of ads blocked. If someone is a light surfer, the free version could be adequate. I needed the Pro vesion and it works just fine for me.
@LF - I understand both Simple & Pro differences.
What I'm saying is that the Pro version claimed unlimited AD blocking but stopped blocking AD's at 200 just like the Simple free version.
To me that's nothing more than SCAMware.
Bear in mind, this happened to me more than a year ago so I guess it's possible their software now does what it claims it will do.
If that's the case then I'll stop bashing their product. :)