Google Chrome’s recent update integrated a native ad blocker into the browser, aimed to block ad content that might qualify as intrusive or annoying, while allowing ads from websites that properly follow the guidelines.
The default option in Chrome is to enable the particular feature. But what if you don’t wish your browser to have any kind of control over the content that is being displayed to you?
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to disable Google Chrome’s ad blocker in a matter of seconds.
There are two ways of proceeding here; the user can either whitelist all the websites, or selectively disable ad blocking on websites of his choice.
Method 1: Whitelist all the websites
- Open Chrome
- Hit the three-dot icon located in the right-hand corner
- Click Settings
- Scroll down a bit and click on ‘Advanced’
- Click on ‘Content Settings’
- Click on Ads
- Toggle off the option
Method 2: Whitelist specific websites
- Click on ‘Secure’ (or ‘Not Secure’ in some websites, in which case we’d recommend not visiting)
- Click on ‘Site Settings’
- Scroll down until you find Ads
- Select ‘Allow’
- Refresh the website for the changes to take place
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