Does chrome have a default ad blocker?

Chrome's built-in ad blocker (or limiter) is configured to keep ads within a specific acceptability range, as called the Guide to Better Ads. Especially intrusive or annoying ads are blocked; other ads will continue to appear on the pages you view.

Does chrome have a default ad blocker?

Chrome's built-in ad blocker (or limiter) is configured to keep ads within a specific acceptability range, as called the Guide to Better Ads. Especially intrusive or annoying ads are blocked; other ads will continue to appear on the pages you view. Google will start automatically blocking intrusive ads in its Chrome browser for desktop and Android starting Thursday, February 15.Chrome will show a notification if a user arrives at a site where all ads are blocked, allowing them to allow ads on that particular site. Users of the latest Chrome browser on Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Android will automatically be blocked from some of the most intrusive types of ads.