Chrome and Firefox notifications: Personally I think there is nothing more annoying than the notifications that websites have shown in recent years. So at iGuRu.gr we decided to use something that notifies us personally.
In recent years, any page you visit will ask for your permission to send alerts. A pop-up that asks me to be alerted when I open a site doesn't attract me to visit it more often.
Below we will show you how to prevent sites from sending you notifications easily through the settings of Google's most popular web browser, but also in Mozilla Firefox.
Let's start with Firefox
- In the menu click on and select .
- Open the tab and go low until Permissions.
- Click on From here, however, you can see which sites are allowed to send notifications and which ones are blocked. So you can customize them accordingly. and check the box below if you want to turn off all alerts.
That's it! Stop it Firefox alerts. But let's see what we can do with Google's Chrome browser.
Press the Menu button in the upper right corner (or press Alt + F together), and select Settings.
Scroll down to "Location settings" and select "Notifications."
From here you can see which sites are allowed to send alerts and which ones are blocked. So you can customize them accordingly.
If you want to turn off notifications completely, just enable 'Ask before sending'.
(The process is almost identical to disabling Chrome alerts on Android - iOS is not allowed anyway).
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