Thank you for this info, @Boo Berry . I could have sworn it was asked before on these forums if AdGuard Premium users should still use the AdGuard Blocker in their web browsesr, and the answer was 'yes'.Yeah, there's no need at all to use a adblocker browser extension (uBlock Origin, AdGuard Adblocker, Adblock Plus, etc.) when AdGuard for Windows is more powerful than any browser extension ad blocker. Running ad blocker browser extensions alongside AdGuard for Windows will only cause issues.
If it's just the uBlock filters you want to use, you can add them to AdGuard for Windows, thanks to scriptlets support the majority of the filter rules should work fine.
Excellent info, @Boo Berry Thank you very much for the clarification and update!At the time the AdGuard Adblocker browser extension could be used in integration mode with AdGuard for Windows and Mac, allowing the AdGuard Adblocker extension to function as a replacement for the AdGuard Assistant.
Over the Summer the AdGuard Assistant was depreciated and it (along with integration mode with the AdGuard Adblocker extensions) were replaced with a dedicated browser extension called the AdGuard Browser Assistant. If you're using AdGuard for Windows, you can use that extension instead of the AdGuard Adblocker extension.
The bottom line is, if you're using AdGuard for Windows or Mac, you don't need to add any other adblocking browser extensions (AdGuard Adblocker, uBlock Origin, Adblock Plus) because AdGuard for Windows and Mac are better than any adblocking browser extension available and can do everything (and more) that they can do. Using adblocking browser extensions alongside AdGuard for Windows and Mac will interfere and cause issues with AdGuard for Windows and Mac's ability to operate and block things correctly.