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Sometimes, your web browser keeps redirecting you from one page to another. This situation gets extremely annoying when you are in the middle of an important task. Therefore, you might want to stop Google Chrome from redirecting you from one page to another.

Here at LinuxAPT, we shall look into the method of stopping the redirects on Google Chrome.


Steps to Stop the Redirects on Google Chrome

1. Visit the Security and Privacy Settings of the Google Chrome Browser

You need to access the Security and Privacy Settings of Google Chrome by visiting the Settings window of your browser.


2. Launch the Site Settings of the Google Chrome Browser

From these settings, you need to select the Site Settings option.


3. Stop the Redirects on Google Chrome by Accessing the Relevant Settings

Then, you need to scroll down to the Content settings section and then click on the Pop-ups and redirects tab.

Finally, you need to select the "Don't allow sites to send pop-ups or use redirects" option from the Pop-ups and redirects tab for stopping the redirects on Google Chrome.


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Conclusion

This article covers the method of stopping the redirects on Google Chrome. In fact, you will be able to save your precious time that is wasted by the unwanted page redirection.


How to block browser pop-ups and redirects in chrome on a computer ?

  • Launch the Google Chrome Computer browser.
  • Click on vertical 3dots icon menu for options.
  • Select Settings from the list.
  • Scroll down to the Privacy and Security section, and select the Site settings from the menu.
  • Choose the Pop-ups and redirects option within Site settings.
  • Toggle the button to turn OFF and block the pop-ups and redirection.

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