Google Chrome is designed in a way that automatically prevents the appearance of pop-up windows in your browser. By doing this, Chrome keeps your screen free of “clutter” and allows for more comfortable work, which is appreciated by the majority of its users.
Nevertheless, there are situations when this automatic function doesn’t work in your advance and you need to disable it. This is what you need to do:
How to Disable Pop-up Blocker on Chrome
The process of disabling the pop-up blocker consists of the following steps:
- First, you need to enter the “Google Chrome Menu”
and in a newly opened window select “Settings”.
- When the Settings menu appears, find “Advanced” options (either by scrolling down to the bottom of the page,
or finding them on the left side of the page) and click on them.
- In a newly opened “Privacy and security” menu
find “Site Settings” and enter them.
- Go to “Pop-ups and redirects” and when a new window appears, look at what is written.
- If you see “Blocked (recommended)” in front of you, it means that pop-ups are blocked
and that you need to disable the pop-up blocker, by moving the toggle to the right, until it turns blue and you see “Allowed” in front of you.
- On the other hand, if “Allowed” is already active, there is nothing for you to do.