Are you tired of seeing pop-ups every time you open your Chrome browser? Pop-ups can be annoying and intrusive, but thankfully there are some simple steps you can take to get rid of them. Here’s how to get rid of pop-ups on Chrome in just a few easy steps.
Turn Off Pop-Up Blocking
The first step in getting rid of pop-ups is to turn off the built-in pop-up blocker in Chrome. To do this, click the three vertical dots in the upper right corner of your browser window and select “Settings” from the dropdown menu. Scroll down to the “Privacy and Security” section and click “Site Settings.” Under “Permissions,” click “Pop-ups and redirects” and toggle the switch to “Off.” This will disable the built-in pop-up blocker in Chrome, allowing all pop-ups to appear on your screen.
Block Pop-Ups from Specific Sites
If you don’t want to turn off the built-in pop-up blocker completely, you can still block specific sites from displaying pop-ups. To do this, go back to “Site Settings” as described above and scroll down to “Pop-ups and redirects.” Click the “Add Site Exception” button and enter the URL of the site you want to block from displaying pop-ups. Once you have added all of the sites you want to block, click “Done” and they will no longer be able to display pop-ups on your screen.
Install an Ad Blocker Extension
Another way to get rid of annoying pop-ups is by installing an ad blocker extension in Chrome. There are several different ad blockers available for free in the Chrome Web Store, so take some time to explore your options before choosing one that best fits your needs. Once you have installed an ad blocker extension, it will automatically block any ads or pop-ups that try to appear on your screen while browsing with Chrome.
Getting rid of annoying pop-ups doesn’t have to be a difficult task – with these simple steps, you can easily get rid of them on Chrome without having to turn off the built-in popup blocker completely. So take a few minutes today and get rid of those pesky pop ups once and for all.
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