Avast is a well-known provider of computer security software. It is renowned for its high detection rates and has been ranked among the top antimalware programs in independent tests. The company was established in 1988 and has been around since. It provides a variety of antivirus software as well as other tools to protect your computer.
One of the features that comes with the most recent version of Avast is Do Not Disturb Mode A feature that will block notifications when you’re using applications in full screen. Do Not Disturb Mode settings can be found on the Performance tab of the Avast main window. It can be enabled or disabled by clicking the boxes.
When Do Not Disturb Mode is in effect When Do Not Disturb Mode is active, all Windows and Avast notifications will be blocked when you’re using any application in full screen. Any new application you open in full screen will be added to the list of apps to block notifications for. You can also turn on Do Not Disturb Mode to only disable notifications from the applications you select.
This is an especially useful feature for coders and hackers who work in a digital setting which can assist them focus on their work and not be distracted by alerts from Avast or other applications. This lets them check the quarantined files without being interrupted by pop-ups or alerts. Click the Gaming icon on the plan tray to activate the Do Not Disturb Mode feature. You can also manually enter the mode by clicking the ‘Silent/Gaming Mode button in the main Avast window.