Push Notifications were supposed to be this excellent feature that allows the users to get immediate notifications from a particular site they are interested in. However, it got so overused that it’s now just annoying, as you see push notifications too often. This article will help you to disable push notifications.
The browser from Google provides its users with a great way to disable push notifications. You have such options as allowing and blocking push notifications on particular sites and what is more, you can disable such notifications altogether.
Enter this command in the address-bar:
Find Notifications, and then toggle “Ask before sending (recommended)” to grey.
Changes will be saved automatically by the browser, and you won’t have to think about the notifications anymore.
Open Firefox browser and enter this command in the address bar
There will be a warning about voiding the warranty. Press Accept.
Type dom.push.enabled in the search field.
You’ll see that the default value is set to true. Right-click and toggle it to false.
Changes will be saved automatically like with Chrome. The effect is immediate as well.
First, go to Opera Menu and then to the Settings.
Find Website section, then click on Notifications and choose “Do not allow any site to show Desktop notifications”
Typically for Vivaldi, the process of finding the settings here is a little harder than it should be, because they are in strange places.
First of all, Open Vivaldi browser and type this in the address bar:
Click on Notifications
Toggle to disable “Ask before sending (recommended)”. The button will be grayed out.