Avast is one of the most popular security software companies for computers. It’s renowned for its high detection rates and, in independent tests, has been recognized as one of the top anti-malware software. The company was established in 1988, and has been in operation since then, expanding to include a wide array of security products for antivirus as along with a variety other tools to safeguard your computer.
One of the features available in the most recent version of Avast is Do Not Disturb Mode which silences notifications while you’re running applications in full screen. Do Not Disturb Mode settings are available on the Performance tab of the Avast main window. They can be turned on or off by ticking the boxes.
If Do Not Disturb Mode activated when Do Not Disturb Mode is activated, all Windows and Avast notifications will be blocked if you’re using any app at full screen. All notifications will be blocked for any new application that you launch in full-screen. You can also enable Do Not Disturb Mode to only disable notifications from the applications you choose.
This is a particularly useful feature for coders and hackers who work in a digital space which can assist them to concentrate on their work and not be distracted by alerts from Avast or other applications. This allows them to check deleted files and not get interrupted by alerts or pop-ups. Click the Gaming icon in the plan tray to activate the Do Not Disturb Mode feature. You can also manually activate the mode by clicking the ‘Silent/Gaming Mode button on the Avast’s main window.