How to Stop Microsoft News Pop Ups

How to stop Microsoft News pop ups? Many Microsoft Windows users are complaining about an annoying pop-up that suddenly appears on their screen.

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Microsoft News App

The Microsoft News app is a great way to stay up-to-date on the latest news stories. However, the app can be a little intrusive with its pop-ups. In this article, we’ll show you how to disable the pop-ups in the Microsoft News app.

Open the Microsoft News App

Open the Microsoft News App. Go to settings (the three dots in the top right corner) and select “Configure push notifications.” Turn off the toggle for “All stories” to stop Microsoft News pop ups.

Click on the three dots in the top right corner

In order to stop Microsoft News pop ups, click on the three dots in the top right corner of the Microsoft News App. Then, click on “Settings.” In the “Settings” menu, scroll down to the “Notifications” section and toggle the “Allow Notifications” switch to the “Off” position.

Click on “Settings”

In the Microsoft News app, click on the three dots in the lower right corner to access Settings. In Settings, turn off the toggle for Get notifications from this app.

Turn off “Allow Notifications”

Tap or click the three dots in the upper-right corner, then tap or click Settings.

Under Notifications, turn off the Allow notifications toggle switch, then hit Close.

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge is a web browser developed by Microsoft. It is the successor to Internet Explorer, and was first released on July 29, 2015. Microsoft Edge has been designed to work with Windows 10 and is the default web browser for this operating system. Microsoft Edge uses the EdgeHTML engine, and includes a number of features such as Cortana integration, reading view, and PDF support. It also has a variety of extensions that can be added to the browser.

Open Microsoft Edge

1. On your taskbar, select Microsoft Edge.

2. If you don’t see Microsoft Edge on your taskbar, it might have been unpinned. To find and select it, type “Microsoft Edge” in the search box on the taskbar, and then select Microsoft Edge from the results.

3. If you can’t find Microsoft Edge anywhere on your device, it might not be installed. To install it, go to the Microsoft Store and select Get.

Click on the three dots in the top right corner

In the top right corner of Microsoft Edge, click on the three dots. This will open up a menu of options. Click on “Settings” towards the bottom of the menu. In the Settings menu, click on “View advanced settings”. Toggle the setting for “Block pop-ups” to “On”. This will stop Microsoft News pop ups from appearing.

Click on “Settings”

In the upper right corner of the Microsoft Edge window, click on the three dots to open the menu, then click on “Settings.” Scroll down to the “Privacy and services” section and click on “Notifications.” You will see a list of all the sites that are allowed to send you notifications. Find “Microsoft News” in the list and turn off the switch next to it.

Click on “View advanced settings”

Click the “View advanced settings” button at the bottom of the page. This will open up a new area with a bunch of different options. Find the one that says, “Notifications.” There should be a toggle next to it—flip it to “Off.”

Turn off “Show notifications”

Open Microsoft Edge, and then select Settings and more > Settings .
Under Site permissions, select Notifications.
Turn off the toggle switch for Show notifications.

You can also adjust what types of notifications you see from websites by selecting Ask before sending (recommended), Allow, or Block next to Notifications.

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