Monday, 04 December 2017 20:29

[solved] How to disable all push messages in your Firefox

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Hi there! Run command to your Firefox (since v44~)

about:config
about:config => dom.push.enabled
dom.webnotifications.enabled => false

// and all messages, where you can see Push :)

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