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I am posting this request here (for help in eliminating a particularly troubling ad) rather than in a GtG Malware forum because I am hoping to avod having to implement the full range of measures usually recommended there. Please see a screenshot showing the ad in the lowwer left corner.

 

Can someone at least help me identify the ad sponsor; it [seems?] as if it is Microsoft, could that really be?

 

Have others been bothered by it? It actually obscures my monitor. 

 

Have others posted fixes? Thanks.  .... batpark

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How to allow or block notifications in Google Chrome

https://support.goog...m=Desktop&hl=en


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