A Lot Of Pop Up Messages Occurring

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From approximately two weeks I’m observing that when I use my internet browser for internet surfing, too many pop-ups are coming, which is very annoying. What can I do to reduce these pop-ups while using the browser?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #319070

A Lot Of Pop Up Messages Occurring

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Follow the steps below to stop pop up messages in chrome-

• Open Chrome.

• Open the more setting menu by tapping the three vertical dots present at the top right corner.

• Tap on settings in the drop-down menu that appears.

• Tap on ‘site settings.’

• Click on ‘Pop-ups and redirects.’

• Turn off the toggle to ‘Block.’

• Now in ‘site settings’, click on ‘Ads.’

 

• Toggle off it to ‘Block ads from sites that show intrusive or misleading ads.’
Now you are free from those pop-ups.

Answered By 590255 points N/A #345122

A Lot Of Pop Up Messages Occurring

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The different popups appearing on your browser as you visit websites depend on the website you visit. It is their own way of monetizing their traffic. Monetization on websites is very important as it helps cover operational cost. If you are annoyed of the unwanted popups and you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, try resetting the browser’s settings.

Click “Start,” “Control Panel,” “Network and Internet Connections” then “Internet Options.” In “Internet Properties” window, go to “Advanced” tab then click “Reset” at the bottom under “Reset Internet Explorer settings.” On the next screen, click “Reset.” Try also using other browsers or update your browser. Download the latest version from this list:

  • Opera – the latest version includes a built-in ad blocker unlike with previous versions. The latest version at the moment supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported.
  • Mozilla Firefox – the latest version at the moment supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Firefox dropped support for Windows XP and Windows Vista.
  • Google Chrome – this downloads the standalone installer. The latest version at the moment supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Google dropped support for Windows XP and Windows Vista.
  • SeaMonkey
  • Microsoft Edge – this downloads the web installer. I tried searching for an offline installer that downloads the latest but there is none. All available standalone installers on the internet point to a slightly old version. The new Microsoft Edge supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. It is also available for macOS, iOS, and Android.

If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, see the following:

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