Disable Web Notifications in Browsers
By default, Firefox doesn’t have such feature to directly stop the notifications, but still, the job can be done.
Step 1. Go To Firefox browser, and click on the 3 bars at the right top corner and choose “Options” from that.
Step 2. Now find the Content section, and in that, we would be able to find ” Notifications. Check the box “Do not disturb me.”
In case you want to allow notifications from any particular website then you can always manage push notifications by clicking on the ” Choose” button.
Step 5. Now the final step input “dom.webnotifications.enabled” in the search bar and hit enter, it will show the required fields, double-click on the value to change it to false.
Chrome is very popular browser because of its exceptional performance and probably the most used browser around the world. In Chrome, we can quickly stop notifications for the website we would like to.
Step 1. Open Chrome and click on the 3 dots from the right top corner, and click on “settings” this will open up the settings window.
Step 2. Scroll down until you find “Advance Settings” and Click on it.
Step 3. Under Privacy section, Click on “Content Settings.”
Step 4. From the Content settings window, under “notifications” section check the radio button Do not allow any site to show notification.
Step 5. In case if you have already allowed few websites to show notifications, then the settings can be changed by clicking on the “Manage Exceptions” button
We can always turn on push notifications or stop those from any particular websites we like to in Chrome, unlike Firefox. As seldom it could be very useful to stay updated.
Opera is one of the browsers which is lite, fast and elegant in looks, To disable notifications in Opera,
Step 1. Open your browser and Click on the gear icon (settings) at the right corner.
Step 2. Then Click on Go to Browser Settings
Step 3. Click on “Websites” and now scroll down to find the Notifications section.
Step 4. check the radio button Do not allow any site to show desktop notifications.
Just like Chrome, we can take a control of any websites to which we allowed to show the notifications before by clicking on the Manage exceptions. There all we have to do is select the Allow or Block from the drop down list for the selected domain.
This browser is a continuously updated browser with newly added features. Despite the additions in its function, it is quite light and competing well with the already well established and popular browsers. That is the reason it is in the best browsers list and even on this list.
Step 1. click on the 3 bar Menu from the top right corner of the Maxthon browser, and then Settings.
Step 2. Now make sure that you are on the “Content” tab and Privacy & Content section.
Step 3. From the Notifications section check the radio button Do not allow any site to show notifications.
Like the above browsers Chrome and Opera we can allow or block few domains by clicking on the Manage exceptions button.