How To Stop Chrome Notifications On Macbook

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Are you sick of those annoying Chrome notifications on your Macbook? We can help! In this blog post, we’ll show you how to stop those pesky notifications from popping up one after the other.

On your Mac, open System Preferences and click Notifications in the sidebar. You may need to scroll down to find it. Once there, look for the app or website from which you’re receiving notifications and turn off “Allow notifications.” After that, you won’t receive any more notifications from that source until you turn on “Allow notifications” again.

If you’re using Safari on your Macbook, open Safari > Settings and click Websites. Find Notifications and deselect “Allow websites to ask for permission to send notifications.” From now on, when you visit a website that wants to send you notifications, Safari won’t ask for permission anymore.

Finally, if none of these measures work for you, try using Activity Monitor (Applications > Utilities). Find “Notification Center” under the Process Name list and click Stop (X). Then click Quit and voila! No more pesky Chrome notifications on your Macbook!

We hope this post has been helpful in showing you how to stop those annoying Chrome notifications on your Macbook. Good luck!

Turning Off Chrome Notifications on Macbook

To turn off Chrome notifications on a Macbook, open System Preferences from the Apple menu. On the Notifications pane, click Chrome in the list of apps and websites on the right. Uncheck the box labeled “Allow notifications” and click OK to save your changes. You will no longer receive notifications from Chrome until you turn this setting back on.

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Stopping Website Notifications on a Mac

To stop a website from sending you notifications on your Mac, open the Safari app, then go to Safari > Settings. Click Websites, then click Notifications. Deselect “Allow websites to ask for permission to send notifications.” This will prevent any website from asking for permission to send notifications in the future. If you want to stop receiving notifications from a certain website, you can go back into the settings and remove that website from the list of allowed sites.

Removing a Persistent Notification on a Mac

If you have a notification that won’t go away on your Mac, you can try using Activity Monitor to get rid of it. Open Activity Monitor (Applications > Utilities). You can also use Spotlight. Find the “Notification Center” process under the Process Name list, you can use the search field. It may be marked with (Not Responding). Click the Stop (X) button which is located in the upper-left corner and then click Quit. This should stop the notification from appearing and allow you to continue using your Mac without interruption.


In conclusion, the Macbook is an excellent computer for those looking for a reliable and powerful laptop. It offers a great balance of portability, performance, and design. Its intuitive user interface makes it easy to use and its macOS operating system provides a secure platform with plenty of features. With the Macbook, you can access all of your favorite apps and services, stay connected with family and friends, and enjoy enhanced productivity. Whether you’re a student, professional, or casual user, the Macbook is an ideal choice for all your computing needs.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.