I installed yesterday an application for my Linux Mint os called Portmaster. It is an open source firewall for PC. There is also Windows version available. I use free version which seems to be sufficient for my use case.
Portmaster is pretty similar as Iode Blocker. It’s so nice to have blocker capabilities also in desktop and laptop os.
If you are interested, you can check their website and give it a try.
PS. Portmaster doesn’t concern Iode -project, but because there are probably many users here, who might be interested in the software, I think it might be a good idea to inform the forum about it.
Also, many VPN providers offer DNS blocking for their users. You can load some of the same public blocklists that Pi-hole uses, and be protected not only at home but when away from home on mobile networks and public wifi, as long as the VPN is running.
You can also set up your home Pi-hole-loaded device for remote access, but I think that creates vulnerability, so it’s probably not recommended for the average person.