AdBlock Plus for Microsoft Edge “Subscription Storage is full” issue fixed
AdBlock Plus is an open-source content-filtering extension developed by Eyeo GmbH (Wladimir Palant) used by many browsers out there to blocks annoying ads that appear when browsing websites.
Since AdBlock Plus is so popular, its developers are updating it frequently in order to make sure that it functions without any problems. Unfortunately, a recent AdBlock Plus update messed up the tool. According to reports, AdBlock Plus version 0.9.8 for Microsoft Edge comes with some issues.
AdBlock Plus version 0.9.8 for Microsoft Edge was released without a changelog, which means that its developers made the usual bug fixes and improvements to the tool. However, many users reported the tool was regularly displaying the “Subscription Storage is Full. Please remove some subscriptions and try again” bug.
According to reports, this update comes with a bug where all white listed websites are forgotten when Microsoft Edge is closed. So, if you allowed ads from a specific website, closing the Microsoft Edge browser would prompt AdBlock to forget them all, forcing users to re-add them to the white list.
Luckily, its developers released a new version AdBlock Plus which fixes this problem. However, if you find any other problems, we suggest you report them as soon as possible to the developers so they can fix them. If we find new information about AdBlock Plus, we will let you know!
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