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Once you're there, open file called "hosts". If you don't see anything listed just type word hosts and file should open up. Just word "hosts", no extension or anything after that. It's probably blank but it might not be.
Add this line:
And save. You're done.
Now go back to a site that you know has some Google Ads. There should be an empty space where ads appeared.
Want to turn it off? Don't just delete it, put a "#" sign in front of that line, like this:
# 127.0.0.1 pagead2.googlesyndication.com
What's that do? It basically says "ignore this line." I like to leave it like that so when I want to hide Google Ads again, all I have to do is remove "#" sign and save – then put "#" back in when I'm ready to go back to normal.
Robert Plank is the creator of "AdSense Seeker," the powerful PHP script that sends AdSense stats via phone or e-mail that'll save you literally HOURS every day.