Avast is a well-known manufacturer of computer security software. It’s known for its strong detection rates, and in independent tests has been named among the top anti-malware software. The company was established in 1988 and has been in operation since then, and has grown to include a wide array of antivirus products as well as a variety of other tools to safeguard your computer.

Avast’s most recent version comes with the feature known as Do Not Disturb Mode. This feature blocks notifications when you run applications in full-screen mode. The Do Not Disturb Mode is available under the Performance tab on the Avast main screen. You can enable or disable it by unchecking the boxes.

When Do Not Disturb Mode is activated When Do Not Disturb Mode is enabled, all Windows and Avast notifications are blocked when 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 set Do Not Disturb Mode which will disable notifications for the apps you choose.

This is a very useful feature for coders and hackers who work in a virtual environment as it allows them to concentrate on their work without being distracted by notifications from Avast or other apps. It also allows them to check quarantined files without being interrupted by a pop-up alert or pop-up. To enable the Do not Disturb Mode feature simply click the Gaming icon in the plan tray or switch it on manually by clicking ‚Silent/Gaming mode‘ in the main Avast window.