Sometimes browsers disturb users by sending over and over again notifications in the action center. Luckily, we have control of all the browser’s settings that we can change easily. You can enable Quiet Notification Requests in Microsoft Edge, this disables all the notification.

When you visit any website and allow the notification, then you start receiving the future notifications pushed by the website. But, The Microsoft Edge lets you disable all the notification using a simple click.

Enable Quiet Notification Requests in Microsoft Edge

Since we all know, Notifications are quite annoying. Microsoft Edge provides you an option named Quiet Notification Requests, you can enable this option and stop all the notifications.

You can open Edge browser and enable this feature, Here’s how to do this.

  1. First of all, Open the Edge Browser.
  2. Open the Browser’s Settings.
  3. In the left-hand side options, select the “Site permissions”.
  4. Find the Notifications permission, and open it.
  5. Enable “quiet notification request”.

Once you’ve enabled quiet notification requests, Next time you’ll never receive any notification by Edge Browser. If you want to prevent any website to send you a notification, then you can block them under the Notification permission.

Other than this, You can clear all browser data, this will wipe all the website history, cookies, saved data. Once you’ve cleared Edge Browser, everything becomes fine.

  1. First of all, Launch the Edge Browser.
  2. Press the Windows+Shift+del keys simultaneously on your keyboard.
  3. This opens a Clear Browsing Data Window.
  4. Select the time range and then select the Site permissions using a checkbox.
  5. Click the clear now button.

Now, you’ve cleared all the Site permission settings including notification. In the future, you’ll never receive any notification by the browser in your action center.

When you visit any website, you can simply block the notification when a notification popup appears, If you click the allow, then you start receiving the notification.