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  • Douglas Herrlich

Instructions to Disable Desktop Notifications for Websites in Edge and Chrome

A step-by-step guide on disabling desktop notifications for websites in Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers.

For Microsoft Edge:

1. Open Edge and click on the three horizontal dots at the top right corner to access the menu.

2. Navigate to 'Settings' > 'Cookies and site permissions' > 'Notifications'.

3. Toggle off the switch next to 'Ask before sending (recommended)' to block all notifications.

4. To block notifications from specific sites, under 'Allow', click on the three dots next to the site and select 'Block'.

For Google Chrome:

1. Open Chrome and click on the three vertical dots at the top right corner to open the menu.

2. Go to 'Settings' > 'Privacy and security' > 'Site Settings' > 'Notifications'.

3. Disable the option 'Sites can ask to send notifications' to stop all notification requests.

4. To manage notifications for individual sites, under 'Allow', click on the three dots next to the site and choose 'Block' or 'Remove'.

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