Aren’t pop-ups annoying? Sometimes browsing through the web becomes a test of our patience. From location access requests to ads covering content, everything seems so disturbing. But do you know what’s the most annoying thing? Pop-ups asking you for permission to send more pop-ups in the form of notifications. Are you seeking a way to get rid of this? Thankfully, we have found a way by which you can stop these ‘show notification’ pop-ups for life.
Here are the steps to turn these pop-ups off in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari web browsers:
Stop pop-up notifications in Google Chrome
Step1: Click on the (three-dots) menu icon in Chrome’s upper-right corner and open Settings.Step 2: Scroll down and click on Advanced option and then click on the Site Settings option.Step 3: Click on Notifications.Step 4: Click on the toggle beside Ask before sending (recommended) option. This will make the toggle turn from blue to grey and the text will to change to Blocked. Following this, the websites you visit won’t show a pop-up asking you to sign-up for more pop-ups. Also read: How to manage app permissions on Windows 10?
Stop pop-up notifications in Mozilla Firefox
Step 1: Click on the triple bar icon in the browser’s upper-right corner and open Settings.
Step 2: Click on the Privacy & Security option at the left.Step 3: Scroll down to the Permissions option and click on the Settings option beside the Notifications option.Step 4: Check the checkbox beside Block new requests asking to allow notifications option.
Stop pop-up notifications in Safari
Step 1: Go to the Preferences tab in the menu bar.Step 2: Click on the Websites option.Step 3: Click on the Notifications option in the left menu.Step 4: Uncheck the checkbox beside Allow websites to ask for permission to send push notifications at the bottom.Now you can easily surf the internet without worrying about pop-ups disturbing you every now and then. Did you find this article helpful? Let us know in the comments section.