Avast is a well-known brand of computer security software. It’s known for its strong detection rates and in independent tests has been ranked as among the top anti-malware programs. The company was established in 1988 and has been operating since then, growing to include a variety of antivirus products as in addition to a variety of other tools for protecting your computer.

Avast’s latest version has a feature called Do not Disturb Mode. This feature shuts down notifications when you run applications in full-screen mode. Do Not Disturb Mode settings are available on the Performance tab of the Avast main window. It is able to be disabled or enabled by ticking the boxes.

If Do Not Disturb Mode is activated, all Windows and Avast notification will be blocked when you’re using any app in full screen. Any new app you open in full screen will be added to the list of applications to block notifications for. You can also turn on Do Not Disturb Mode to block notifications from the applications you choose.

This feature is especially helpful for hackers and coders working in a digital environment. It allows them to focus on their work, and not be distracted by Avast notifications or other applications. This also helps them to verify quarantined files without the risk of being interrupted by a pop-up or an alert. Click the Gaming icon in the plan tray to enable the Do Not disturb Mode feature. You can also manually enter the mode by pressing the ‘Silent/Gaming Mode button on the main Avast window.

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