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firefoxAfter a long time, Firefox has finally decided to follow the good example made available by Chrome by allowing its users receive pop-ups  aka push notifications on the screen even though the website is not opened. The down-side of this feature is that if you turn it on for a lot of websites you will have hundreds of  notifications on your screen. So let’s see how to turn off this feature for good.  

  1. Open Firefox.
  2. Click the settings/option icon located on the top right side of the browser. You will recognize it because it is made of three horizontal lines.
  3.  Click Preferences.
  4. Under the content section, tick the option “Do not disturb me” in order to turn off the notification feature.
  5. Alternatively, you can click on the Choose button located next to the  “Choose which sites are allowed to send you notification.” In this way you can create a kind of white list where you can specify which blogs/websites can warn you of new content or special offers.

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