Tuesday, November 8, 2016

How to block pop-up Windows 10 for Microsoft Edge Rewards and Bing

Just the other day users began to notice that Microsoft used Windows 10 to push ads to board your browser. Already irritated by ads Windows 10 itself and the appearance of the application to your Start menu, people suddenly wondered how to stop unwanted pop-ups.

One suggestion I started doing the round was simply unclip Microsoft Edge of the taskbar does the job - but it does not work for everyone. Here are some things you can do to avoid the appearance of Microsoft announcements.

If you are still trying to pull Edge is a very quick and easy process. All you need to do is click on the right mouse button on the icon for Microsoft Edge the taskbar and select the Uninstall option in the taskbar. But there is another way to stop notifications, and can be configured via Settings.

open configuration via the Start menu and then click System followed Notifications and actions. In the list of options on the right, find the configuration called "tips, tricks and tips while using Windows" option and switch to the off position.

What is interesting about the recent popups ads, it is that they are not specifically about Edge, but were on Bing Rewards. Microsoft could use the same technique to advertise other things, so you could save you from a future ad inundation.




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