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Enable them one at a time until you figure out which one is causing it.

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Enable them one at a time until you figure out which one is causing it.
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I keep getting a pop-up window from cleanmasterapp.com that tells me I'm entitled to a free product. I can't get rid of it other than by opening the link. When I open the link I sometimes lose what I've been doing. How do I get rid of this thing?

I have the same problem I cant get rid of it. This happens alot when I play games on Facebook. How do I block certain websites or links on Chrome? ( IE has this option)
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I have the same problem I cant get rid of it. This happens alot when I play games on Facebook. How do I block certain websites or links on Chrome? ( IE has this option)
I've had no problem for the last couple of days since following Cradom's and Bobtomay's advice (see above).
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Hi,

I've been having the same problem recently. I'm using Safari (not chrome or firefox). I notice that I've been getting pop-up from cleanmasterapps every time i stream video (from various sources). Once the pop=up appears, there is no way to ignore it as it will stop the streaming and i can't close the window unless i click ok to the pop-up.

I've checked the extension (safari -- > preference --> extensions) and there's nothing there so I can't actually clear anything.

I've tried clear cache, cookies etc etc and it didn't work.

It seems more and more people have been having the same problem.
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Can only recommend: Quit using the sites that have that popup.

Or try installing AdBlock &/or Ghostery extensions.

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