The Internet is now filled with websites requesting to get a notification from them, which is highly annoying for me personally. This blog post is about this whole process, or to better phrase ‘to Stop the whole process’. These popups tend to distract us from the content and is generally irritable. We will cover how to put an end to them for Chrome , Firefox and Edge Browsers.

Block Notification Access Request: Google Chrome

There are certain simple steps required that you need to follow to block notification request in the web browser of Chrome.

Step 1: Open Google Chrome Browser. Select Settings by clicking on the three dots.
Step 2: Go to Settings, Scroll down. Then select Advanced Settings.
Step 3: Click on Notifications under Site Settings.
Step 4: Change the Notifications Settings to Blocked from Ask Before Sending. Then you can stop the websites from sending these endless requests on Notification Access on the Google Chrome Browser.

Firefox Browser also allows you to block the Notification Access. For that follow the simple steps:


Step 1: Open Mozilla Firefox. Open Menu and Click on Options.
Step 2: Choose Privacy and Security.
Step 3: Go and Click on Permissions Tab. There Click on Notifications.
Step 4: Go to Settings. There enable Block new requests asking to allow notifications. That is how you can block new notification requests from Mozilla Firefox.

The Chromium Edge Browser is available on Windows 10.
To block the notifications from there, you need to follow the following steps:

chromium edge

Step 1: Open Chromium Based Edge Browser. Then Select Settings by clicking on the three-dot menu. Step 2: Click on Site Permissions from the left-hand side panel.
Step 3: Click on Notifications from the Site Permission.
Step 4: Chromium Edge also has a default option called Ask before Sending. It is just like the Google Chrome Browser. There you will have to change your option or toggle your option to Blocked.
By following these simple steps you can easily block the Notification Access requests from the Chromium Edge Browser.

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