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When advertisements pop up on the browser while surfing the web, it can be annoying no matter which browser you are using. Not all pop ups are malicious, but some are. In some web browsers, you can disable pop ups as and when they appear by clicking on the notification and changing certain settings for that. Below is how to stop pop ups in your browser, so that it does not even appear in future browsing sessions.
You can reset the settings of Internet Explorer to return its settings to how they were when you first installed the browser on Windows. To reset the IE browser, follow the steps mentioned below.
If the ads are popping up while using Firefox, reset it to a factory default state while saving key browsing information such as bookmarks, autofill data, and passwords.
Note that in case the reset is successful, an Old Firefox Data folder will appear itself on the desktop. In case it does not resolve your pop up ads problem, you can restore unsaved information by copying files to the new profile folder. In case you do not require the old folder on the desktop, you can delete the folder too.
Type chrome://settings/content in the address bar, choose Ads button, and select the toggle switch to change the setting. Generally, Google Chrome blocks pop up ads by default. Whenever an ad pops up, you must have seen a notification in address bar denoting the same. By clicking on that, you can Allow pop-ups for a specific website. However, if pop ups persist while surfing the web, you will require advanced steps to work around the issue
Search for Add or remove programs in the Start menu and open the same from the search results. Then right-click on a program that you do not recognize, and choose Uninstall. If you have installed any suspicious programs that probably triggers pop ups, removing that from the computer will fix the pop up issues.
Note that if pop up ads are showing on all browsers, then it could be a malware problem in the computer too. In which case, you will have to get rid of it using a trusted antivirus software. Get in touch with our certified browser support technicians to learn how to do that and how to stop pop ups from appearing on your PC once and for all.