Is there anything more annoying than a pop-up ad? Particularly when you're browsing on your mobile phone, a pop-up can completely take over the screen or bombard your device with unwanted tabs, degrading performance badly. The good news is that whether you're browsing on your phone or on the PC, popular browsers like Chrome, UC Browser, and Opera come with features that allow you to put pop-ups in their place. Opera is the third-most popular browser in India - across desktop, mobile, and tablet combined - and you can follow the steps below to manage pop-ups. We've also written about Chrome, Firefox, and UC Browser, if you don't use Opera. It's not completely fool-proof, as people are constantly working on new ways around these systems, but it's a good enough step to take for now.
If you'd like to change the pop-up blocker setting on Opera for Android, follow these steps:
If you'd like to change the pop-up blocker setting on Opera for iOS, follow these steps:
If you'd like to change the pop-up blocker setting on Opera for desktop, follow these steps:
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