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Eliminating Pop-up coupons on the Microsoft Edge web brouser

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Pavilion dv000
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

When I go to almost any commercial web site, through Microsoft Edge,  on my newly purchased HP Pavilion laptop (Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Walmart, Amazon, Zillow, etc.) I am receiving multiple, unwanted, coupon offers.  How do I permanently eliminate the pop-up coupons, other than using Google Chrome and "ditching" the Microsoft web-brouser?

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@RDACHFC 

 

Browser ads have naught to do with your brand of computer.

 

It is generally up to the browser settings / security to keep you from being driven mad from the interruptions.

 

For example

New Microsoft Edge

Settings > Cookies and Site Permissions

Pop-ups and redirects > Set to Blocked

Ads > Set to Blocked

 

It might worth your time to check the permissions on at least some of the other categories...

 

What else?

Your computer Security software might be able to help - it depends on what you are using and the available features in that software.  Paid security software is usually a bit more assertive (provides more control) than do the "free" security software options.

 

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