Google Chrome, the most popular web browser in use today can block intrusive advertisements on web pages you visit on your computer and mobile devices. It is understood that the more advertisements on a web site, the slower the page loads and maybe frustrating to users.
Google Chrome now removes ads from websites that violate the Better Ads Standards. The standards discourage the types of ads that are particularly annoying to people browsing the web daily. To help fix that, Google enables this feature in Chrome.
Now you can enable or disable the ad block feature in your Chrome browser. enabling this feature will greatly enhance your browsing experiencing across sites with too many ads.Chrome intrusive ad blocker is enabled by default, so you won’t see ads on websites that have poor ad experiences, like:
- Too many ads
- Annoying ads with flashing graphics or autoplaying audio
- Ad walls before you can see content
When these ads are blocked, you’ll see an “Intrusive ads blocked” message. Intrusive ads will be removed from the page.
If you don’t mind ads running on websites, you can turn this feature off by doing the following:
Turn off the ad blocker
You can change your settings to enable intrusive ads on all sites. To do that, go to:
- At the top right corner of Chrome, click More Settings Advanced Content Settings Ads.
- Turn on Blocked on sites that tend to show intrusive ads (recommended).
Then turn off ad blocker for intrusive sites. Doing this will allow all advertisements on the sites your visit.
Allow ads on specific sites
If you trust a site, you can add an exception to allow ads on that site.
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- Go to a page you trust that has blocked ads.
- To the left of the web address, click Lock or Info .
- To the right of “Ads,” click the Arrows .
- Choose Always allow on this site.
- Reload the webpage.
You should now see advertisements on the site you allow to show ads in your browser.
That should do it!
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