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Basic introduction to hosts file usage.

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  • @DeanKohler I block ads via hosts file so no app to interfere. I use something like these:
  • "how to make the internet not suck (as much)"
  • Do yourself a huge favor and bind to 127.0.0.1 in your hosts file. Better yet,
  • I found but don't want to update it manually. Any solutions?
  • @stokely you could try a more aggressive block method via the host file.
  • the web does look sooo much better with this:
  • RT @alex_wykoff: For those of you know what a host file is, this one is really handy for blocking the cruft #ATXCryp…
  • @Alexis_Baquet Mets le fichier dans Windows/System32/Drivers/ect à la place de celui du même nom.
  • Manipulate your hosts file for a more pleasant net experience.
  • @jpgodinho
  • @jeffblagdon Who needs Do Not Track when we have things like this? cc/ @sideshowbarker
  • # Block the 6700 worst spamhosts wget -q -O - | grep ^127 >> /etc/hosts
  • @paul_irish Hey Paul. Heard you like blocking websites in your `hosts` file. You might want to know about this too →
  • Ads Free Internet #Internet #Technology #Tech #Ads #Hosts #Facebook
  • @DanPollock +1 On this #hostsfile #hosts
  • @robcolburn @baconandgames How to make the internet not suck (as much):
  • RT @newsycombinator: Using a Hosts File To Make The Internet Not Suck As Much
  • #NotAGoodIdea RT @newsycombinator: Using a Hosts File To Make The Internet Not Suck As Much
  • "@newsycombinator: Using a Hosts File To Make The Internet Not Suck As Much This is mad but beautiful ;)
  • HOSTS file to make the internet nicer -