Avast is one of the most well-known computer security software providers. It is renowned for its high detection rates and has been named among the top antimalware software in independent tests. The company was founded back in 1988 and has been around ever since. It provides a variety of antivirus software, as well as other tools for protecting your computer.
One of the features that comes in the latest version of Avast is Do Not Disturb Mode, a feature that blocks notifications when you’re running applications in full screen. Do Not Disturb Mode settings can be found on the Performance tab of the Avast main window, and is able to be disabled or enabled by ticking the boxes.
When Do Not Disturb Mode is enabled All Windows and Avast notifications will be blocked if you’re running any application with a full screen. Any new application you open in full screen will be added to the list of applications to block notifications for. You can also set Do Not Disturb Mode to block notifications from applications you select.
This feature is especially helpful for coders and hackers working in a digital environment. It allows them to concentrate on their work and not be distracted by Avast notifications or other applications. This also lets them verify quarantined data without being interrupted by a pop-up alert or pop-up. To enable the Do Not Disturb Mode feature just click the Gaming icon in the plan tray or activate the mode manually by clicking ‘Silent/Gaming mode’ in the main window of Avast.