Avast is a well-known brand of computer security software. It’s renowned for its high detection rates and, in independent tests, has been named among the top anti-malware programs. The company was founded in 1988 and has been in operation since then, expanding to offer a broad range of antivirus products as in addition to a variety of other tools to safeguard your computer.
Avast’s newest version comes with the feature known as Do Not Disturb Mode. This feature silences 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, and can be enabled or disabled by clicking the boxes.
If Do Not Disturb Mode activated When Do Not Disturb Mode is enabled, all Windows and Avast notifications are blocked when you’re using any app with full screen. All notifications will be blocked for any application that you open in full screen. You can also set Do Not Disturb Mode, which will only stop notifications for the apps that you select.
This is an especially useful feature for hackers and coders who work in a digital environment as it allows them focus on their work and not be distracted by alerts from Avast or other programs. It also allows them to check quarantined files without the risk of being interrupted by a pop-up or an alert. To enable the Do Not Disturb Mode feature just click the Gaming icon in the plan tray or switch it on manually by clicking ‘Silent/Gaming mode’ within the main Avast window.