The Google Chrome web browser is free to use on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. It has many advantages such as integration with Google, various extended functions and ease of use, making it one of the most popular web browsers. In addition, it can also display notifications from different websites. Many websites require users to allow you to display notifications through pop-up windows when browsing notifications. If you want to disable this pop-up window every time you visit the site and ask for notification permission, we will guide you step by step how to do it.

Google Chrome has almost the same features on different desktop platforms, so the steps to disable notifications from websites on Windows, Mac, and Linux are the same. However, they are slightly different for the mobile version of Chrome, and they are also different for Android and iOS.

Steps to prevent websites from sending notifications on Chrome desktop

  1. Open Chrome on your desktop.

  2. Click on Three-point menu In the upper right corner next to your profile icon.

  3. Scroll down to Site settings.

  4. In the site settings, scroll down to Notice.

  5. You will see the “Website can request notifications” toggle. Turn it off.

How to prevent websites from sending notifications on Chrome for Android

  1. Open Chrome on your Android device.
  2. Click on Three-point menu In the upper right corner.
  3. Tap Set value.
  4. Scroll down to Notice And click on it.
  5. Scroll down to “Websites” and disable “All “Website” notifications.”

How to prevent websites from sending notifications on Chrome for iOS

  1. On your iOS or iPadOS device, open Google Chrome.
  2. Tap more The button in the lower right corner.
  3. Tap Set value.
  4. Tap Content settings.
  5. Click now Block pop-up windows.
  6. Turn block pop-up window go away from here.
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