Pop-up, which is famous for harassing users and is the most hated ad type by many users, is also one of the least profitable advertising models. Most of the pop-ups are used in websites, but after a careless installation, they can infiltrate our computers as Adware. Adware software, which can log into our system with a careless installation, may bring pop-up windows with ad content even if we are not on the internet at certain time intervals and our internet browser is not open.
Pop-up Closure Since not all pop-ups are generated from the same codes, they may not all have the same characteristics. Some pop-up windows can be closed with just the click of a mouse, while others can be closed in a timely manner. The simplest way to close a pop-up is to close the page where the pop-up is opened, just like the normal window closes. Pop-up Blocker As for pop-ups, many web browsers, especially Google Chrome, have developed some protection methods to protect users from these additional dialogs. If you still don’t find it enough, you can install the plug-in called Popup Blocker, which is included in Google Chrome and many other web browsers.
By default, Chrome will notify you when a pop-up is blocks and give you an option to see it. To turn off pop-up blocker, follow these instructions:
- Click the Customize and control Google Chrome menu (the three dots in the upper right corner)
- Select Settings.
- Click Advanced at the bottom.
- Under Privacy and security, click the Content Settings button.
- Select Pop-ups and redirects.
- To disable the pop-up blocker uncheck the Blocked (recommended) box.
- To enable pop-ups on specific sites, check Blocked (recommended) and click Add next to Allow and enter the URL(s).