Avast is among the most well-known computer security software providers. It is well-known for its high detection rates and has been named as one of the top antimalware programs in independent tests. The company was established in 1988 and has been in operation since. It provides a variety of antivirus software, as well as other tools to guard your computer.
One of the features included with the most recent version of Avast is Do Not Disturb Mode, a feature that silences notifications while you’re running applications on full screen. The Do Not Disturb Mode is available on the Performance tab within the Avast main screen. You can enable or disable it by unchecking the boxes.
If Do Not Disturb Mode activated All Windows and Avast notifications are blocked when you are using any application in full screen. Any new application that you open in full screen will automatically be added to the list of applications to block notifications for. You can also turn on Do Not Disturb Mode to disable notifications from the applications you choose.
This is a great feature for hackers and coders who work in a digital space, as it can help them concentrate on their work and not be distracted by alerts from Avast or other apps. This also lets them verify quarantined files without the risk of being interrupted by a pop-up or alert. To enable the Do not Disturb Mode feature, simply click the Gaming icon in the plan tray, or start the mode manually by clicking ‘Silent/Gaming mode’ within the main window of Avast.