6/ If you don’t fancy using Microsoft Edge, or don’t fancy having to install a whole new browser in the first place (Mac & Linux) It’s still possible to get the same effect from solution number 5 by using a User Agent switcher extension to temporarily change your existing browser’s User Agent identification string to make it look to Facebook like you are using the latest version of Microsoft Edge, when you actually aren’t. This may be a bit more too technologically advanced for some people, but I just tested it and it works.
- Facebook have changed the code for their Sponsored Posts to get past FBP’s adblocking functionality
- FBP 23.2.2 Fixes the hide sponsored posts (ads) on Facebook option
- FBP v27.6.0 out now – Adds a new method for blocking sponsored posts
- F.B. Purity v15.1.0 fixes hiding Facebook’s suggested/sponsored posts (ads) & also fixes the newsfeed filtering options