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How to block pop-up windows in Google Chrome?

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How to block pop-up windows in Google Chrome?

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Hey, what do you mean with 'pop-up windows'? The ones opened by web-sites or the ones opened by... dunno, by something else.

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answered by (670 points)
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What I founded in Google support. I think you need "Allow all pop-ups" section.

This article applies to the Google Chrome browser on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebooks.

Allow all pop-ups

You can allow all pop-ups by disabling the pop-up blocker. Follow these steps:

Click the wrench icon wrench icon on the browser
toolbar. Select Options (Preferences
on Mac and Linux; Settings on a
Chromebook). Click the Under the Hood
tab. Click Content settings in the
"Privacy" section. In the "Pop-ups"
section, select "Allow all sites to
show pop-ups." Customize permissions
for specific websites by clicking
Manage exceptions.

Manage pop-ups

Google Chrome prevents pop-ups from
automatically appearing and cluttering
your screen. Whenever the browser
blocks pop-ups for a site, the icon icon
appears in the address bar. Click the
icon to see the pop-ups that have been
blocked or to manage pop-up settings
for the site.

See pop-ups for a specific site

To see blocked pop-ups for a site,
follow the steps listed below:

If pop-ups have been blocked, you'll
see the icon icon in the address bar.
Click the icon to see a list of the
blocked pop-ups. Click the link for
the pop-up window that you'd like to
see. To always see pop-ups for the
site, select "Always show pop-ups from
[site]." The site will be added to the
exceptions list, which you can manage
in the Content Settings dialog. To
manually allow pop-ups from a site,
follow the steps below:

Click the wrench icon wrench icon on the browser
toolbar. Select Options (Preferences
on Mac and Linux; Settings on a
Chromebook). Click the Under the Hood
tab. Click Content settings in the
"Privacy" section. In the "Pop-ups"
section, click Manage exceptions.

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answered by (220 points)

on upper right of any page in Chrome ..customize and control Google Chrome...drop down to settinge..drop down to open advance settings..click contents..it offers what is(recommended) or allow all sites and or manage exceptions

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answered by (630 points)

pop ups? do you mean certain websites? If you know the name or the url of the site, you can use Aobo Filter to block them.

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