In this quick project, you’ll learn how to get rid of notifications from Chrome in Windows 10. Whether they’re popping up on your taskbar or in the bottom right corner of Chrome itself, these pesky notifications can be easily disabled in just a few seconds. First, I’ll show you how to block all notifications in Chrome, and then how to disable notifications in Windows 10.
- Block all notifications in Google Chrome by toggling off the “Sites can ask to send notifications” setting in Site Settings.
- Use Focus Assist in Windows 10 to stop notifications from being displayed while you work.
- Use the “Use quieter messaging” option in Chrome to receive small pop-ups instead of full-blown notifications.
Blocking All Notifications in Google Chrome
If you’re tired of receiving notifications from Google Chrome, you can easily block them all at once. Here’s how to do it:
Accessing Google Chrome Settings
To get started, open a new tab in Google Chrome and click on the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of the screen. This will open a menu. From there, click on “Settings.”
Navigating to Site Settings
Once you’re on the Settings screen, scroll down until you see “Site Settings” and click on it. Then, scroll down again until you see “Notifications” and click on it.
Disabling Notifications for All Sites
On the Notifications page, you’ll see two settings at the top that you can toggle on or off. The first one is “Sites can ask to send notifications.” Toggle this off to block all notifications in Google Chrome. Note that any sites you’ve already allowed will continue to send notifications unless you remove them.
Blocking Specific Sites from Sending Notifications
If you want to block specific sites from sending notifications, scroll down to the “Allow” section and click on the vertical dots to the right of the site you want to block. Then, click on “Block.” This will move the site to the “Block” section, and you won’t receive notifications from it anymore.
That’s it! You’ve now successfully blocked all notifications in Google Chrome or specific sites from sending notifications.
Disabling Notifications in Windows 10
If you are tired of seeing notifications popping up on your screen while working on your computer, Windows 10 has a solution for you. Here are some steps that you can follow to disable notifications in Windows 10.
Accessing Windows 10 Notification Settings
To access the notification settings, click on the notifications icon located on the bottom right corner of your screen. This will open up a menu that includes a list of old notifications and some quick setting buttons. From here, click on the “Focus Assist” button.
Enabling Focus Assist
Enabling “Focus Assist” will stop notifications from being displayed while you are working. Clicking on the “Focus Assist” button will give you three options: “Off”, “Priority Only”, and “Alarms Only”. If you select “Priority Only”, only priority messages will go through. If you select “Alarms Only”, only alarms will be displayed.
Using Quieter Messaging
If you have the option “Sites can ask to send notifications” turned on in Google Chrome, you will have a second option called “Use Quieter Messaging”. This option will offer a small pop-up near the search bar that will ask you whether or not you want it to open. If you don’t want it to open, just ignore it. If you want to use it, tap the little silenced bell in your search bar and it will open up the full notification.
By following these steps, you can easily disable notifications in Windows 10 and enjoy uninterrupted work on your computer.
Now that you know how to get rid of those annoying notifications from Chrome in Windows 10, you can enjoy a more streamlined browsing experience. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can block all notifications in Google Chrome or choose to allow notifications from specific sites.
Additionally, you can use Windows 10’s Focus Assist feature to stop notifications from being displayed while you’re working. This feature allows you to prioritize the notifications that you receive, so you can stay focused on the task at hand.
Remember, the decision to allow or block notifications is up to you. If you don’t want to receive notifications from a particular site, simply click the vertical dots to the right of the site and select “Block.” If you change your mind later, you can always remove the site from the block list.
By taking control of your notifications, you can enjoy a more productive and less distracting browsing experience. So next time a site asks you if you want to receive notifications, think twice before you accept. With the knowledge you’ve gained from this article, you can make an informed decision and stay in control of your browsing experience.