The recent update of Google Chrome incorporated a native ad blocker into the app, aimed at blocking ad content that could count as disruptive or irritating, while allowing ads from websites that follow the guidelines properly.
So you can now enable or disable your Chrome browser’s ad block feature. By enabling this feature, your browsing experience across sites with too many ads will be greatly enhanced.
By definition, intrusive Chrome ad blocker is allowed, so you won’t see ads on websites with bad ad experiences.
There are two ways to allow advertising: you can allow all ads, or you can whitelist specific sites if a problem is caused by the Chrome ad blocker. Both are going to be discussed in this report.
How to Disable Google Chrome Ad Blocker?
- Open Chrome and click the three-dot Menu icon located in the right-hand corner.
- Now click Settings and scroll down a bit and click on Advanced option.
- Then click on Content Settings and click on Ads.
- Toggle off the option.
How to Allow Ads on Specific Sites?
If you don’t want to let all ads come through for each site, but don’t worry about it for specific sites, you can do that as well.
- Navigate to the site you want to show all ads on, then click the green padlock or info button.
- Now click on Site Settings and then Ads entry, then choose Allow in the menu.
- From now on, all advertising on that particular site will be enabled, but inappropriate ads on others will continue to be blocked.
Note: Ad blocking is only available in Chrome 64 and above, so make sure that your browser is up-to-date if you don’t see this feature.