Pop-up blocker was one of the most excellent features of Google Chrome when it launched ten years ago. The feature still saves you from a myriad of pop-ups that annoying websites open on your PC without your permission.

However, you might need pop-ups to show for some websites. Thankfully, there’s a setting in Chrome where you can whitelist the websites for which you’d like to get pop-ups, or you can disable the feature entirely if whitelisting sites isn’t a practical option for you.

  1. Go to Chrome Settings.
  2. Scroll down to the bottom and click Advanced.
  3. Select Content Settings under Privacy and security section.
  4. Click on Popups.
  5. If you’d like to disable the Popup blocker entirely, Turn On the toggle switch and set it to Allowed.
  6. If you’d like to allow single or multiple websites to show popups. Click the Add button next to the Allow section.
  7. Now enter the Website address for which you’d like to disable popups in Chrome and hit the Add button.
  8. Repeat the step above for all websites you’d like to allow for popups in Chrome.

That’s it.

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