I used to install it on multiple PC's a day when I worked in a computer store my buddy owned.Before my time, I never used Win 95
I do it a bit different, I set custom DNS name servers that have the same lists as ublock. So like that all network connections of the device gets filtered through the ad blocking lists. Just blocking the browser is not enough, if you check through the connections log all the installed apps are constantly pinging back to the mother servers. If you filter at the DNS level you can block ads inside games, score apps and everything else.OK, serious here folks.
ublock doesn't work on chrome for mobile