Most people use Google Chrome as their primary desktop browser. It is well known, it integrates well into the desktop, and it is compatible with almost all laptops and desktop computers.
One disadvantage of Chrome is the constant pop-ups for requesting a website. Desktop browser notifications can provide a better user experience for web tools such as Gmail or WhatsApp Web, but there is little to no added value when sites such as Razer.com request access to notifications.
If most website notifications are not useful to you, or you just find the annoying pop-up, here's how to disable Chrome notifications.
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Disable Google Chrome notification pop-ups  Disabling Google Chrome pop-ups for notifications is fairly easy. You can do this by following these five steps:
- Click in Chrome on the three vertical dots in the top right and select Settings .
- Scroll all the way to the bottom and expand the section Advanced .
- Navigate to the section Site Settings below Privacy and Security .
- Search for and click on the ] Notifications option.
- Here you can see all sites that you have blocked or allowed in the past. To disable Chrome notification requests for future browsing, enable Ask before sending (recommended) at the top.
At first glance, it is easy to believe that disabling this disables sites allowing you to send notifications without questions. That is not the case. When you switch this switch, the setting changes to & # 39; Blocked & # 39; and sites will no longer ask you to send you notifications, which will prevent that bullying pop from bothering you again.
Manage Chrome notifications
If you do not want to disable all Google Chrome notifications, here are some tips to manage them effectively. First you can use the previous steps to see all site notifications that you have already allowed and blocked in the Notification section.
If you block all websites from requesting access to notifications, you can still manually allow sites to send them to you. here. Simply click on the Add button next to the Allow section and you can copy the web address that you want to send notifications. This works the same for websites that you also want to block manually.
Also read: 20 Chrome tips and tricks you should know about
This is also useful if you accidentally mark the reporting preferences of a website incorrectly. Suppose you accidentally allow Razer.com to send you notifications. If you want to revoke that permission, click on the three dots at the far right of the website in the Allow section and select "Delete". Now you will no longer receive notifications from that source.
Websites marked with the puzzle piece in the Allow section. are enforced by an extension that you have installed. So if you see a website here that you have not explicitly allowed, you must remove the extension or manage those extension settings separately to completely remove it from this section.
It's as simple as that! Hopefully you can now get full control over your Chrome notifications.
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