Windows 10 64-bit version 1903
Dell Precision T7500, Xeon E5620 CPU, 48.0 GB DDR3 1066 MHz RAM
NVIDIA Quadro 600 GPU
Microsoft Edge 44.18362.329.0
Microsoft EdgeHTML 18.18362
Similar result occurs in Google Chrome, the CPU goes from around 8% to 40% on just that one tab in Edge. Ads update every 60 seconds on the page which is when the CPU jumps up to around 40% CPU for just that page. The memory eventually got up to 1,350 MB for that same tab. The CPU goes down when you move to a different tab or to another application.
The one catch to using AdBlock is that some sites may not work or may not allow you to use an ad blocker on their site. The good thing is that AdBlock allows you to disable a link for just that page or the entire site. They also have a version of AdBlock for Chrome.
On my Dell T7400 running Windows 8 (Pro), in Internet Explorer 10 (desktop) on www.bing.com I entered the term Great Plains software as the search string, clicked on Videos on the top menu bar, and clicked the following hit in the results:
Great Plains software – Bing Videos
Tried to share the video
Clicked on the More option in the flyout toolbar in the embedded YouTube player:
When I click on More I get a message at the bottom of Internet Explorer that a popup from www.bing.com was blocked.
Message: Internet Explorer blocked a pop-up from www.bing.com.
Restart IE, clicked on Allow once, same thing.
Options for this site button w/ drop down gives you More settings.
Added sites to Privacy settings under Per Site Privacy Actions dialog from clicking the Sites button under the Privacy tab in Internet Options.
Refreshed (F5) on the page. Same thing.
Sites are also in Trusted Sites zone with default (factory) settings.
Feeds tab in Internet Explorer under the Favorites menu on Windows 8 desktop mode
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