Forums » Support

How to Block Norton Antivirus Pop-Up notifications?

    • 128 posts
    December 13, 2019 11:22 PM PST

    Norton comes with fixed Pop-Ups like any other security software. The main function of these pop-ups is to notify you when you are visiting infected/illegal sites or downloading suspicious programs. Although these pop-ups are helpful, it sometimes becomes irritating & frustrating for the user. But Norton comes with the feature that helps you to turn off all the pop-up notifications. You can turn these on whenever you want.

    Procedure to Block Norton Antivirus Pop-up Notifications:

    Follow the below-given steps to stop the Norton Pop-Up notifications:

    • Firstly, Open Norton Antivirus software on your Laptop/PC.
    • Then Right-click on the Norton sphere.
    • A menu option will appear. Click on the “Norton Internet Security” button from the Menu option.
    • From the “Start” menu, Open “Norton Internet Security”
    • Then, go to the “Start” menu and Click “All Programs” Option.
    • Click on “Norton Internet Security”
    • Again, click on the “Norton Internet Security” to get on the “Norton Internet Security” window.
    • Click on “Norton AntiSpam” displayed on the left side of the “Norton Internet Security” window.
    • Select & click on “Status and Settings” option.
    • Then, click on disable the “Pop-up Blocking” option.
    • Now, click on “Turn Off” button.
    • You can disable the “Ad Blocking” feature to stop pop-ups in some versions of Norton, hence Click on to disable “Ad Blocking.”
    • Here, click on “Status and Settings.”
    • Now click on “Ad Blocking” option.
    • Finally, click on “Turn Off” option.

    By following the above simple steps you can easily block the Norton Antivirus Pop-up notifications. If you still find any difficulty, you can call the customer care for assistance or visit www norton com setup

    james is a Symantec Norton expert has been working in the technology industry for the last 3 year. As a technical expert, he has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as