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Push Notifications on the Windows 10's Action Center?

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One day, all my Push Notifications on websites like Youtube and such are suddenly going on my Windows 10's action center instead of just showing it on the web browser like it normally does.

Was this a update change or some setting I accidentally changed? (or changed on me) And How do I switch it back?

I tried to to disable it by going into about:config and changing: alerts.useSystemBackend.windows.notificationserver.enabled to false.

But it didn't work. It still pops in the Windows 10 Action Center, which I don't want.

One day, all my Push Notifications on websites like Youtube and such are suddenly going on my Windows 10's action center instead of just showing it on the web browser like it normally does. Was this a update change or some setting I accidentally changed? (or changed on me) And How do I switch it back? I tried to to disable it by going into about:config and changing: alerts.useSystemBackend.windows.notificationserver.enabled to false. But it didn't work. It still pops in the Windows 10 Action Center, which I don't want.

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ChrisKit said

One day, all my Push Notifications on websites like Youtube and such are suddenly going on my Windows 10's action center instead of just showing it on the web browser like it normally does. Was this a update change or some setting I accidentally changed?

This change took place with the Firefox 111 update; see https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/111.0/releasenotes/ Windows native notifications are now enabled.

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Closing this thread as a duplicate of https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1408281