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  • ACDSee 18: Hide Ads in Notification Bar

    Hi, I recently purchased ACDSee 18, but one thing is driving me nuts. How can I disable the ads that pop up in the "Message Center" in the notification bar (in Windows). On my Windows 7 machine I was able to set the notification to be hidden which is fine. However, on my Windows 10 machine disabling the notifications doesn't have any affect. What I mean is that I can go into the notification settings area and I switch the "acdID InTouch2" notifications to off but it doesn't have any affect on the icon in the notification area. Ideally I should be able to stop these notifications from within ACDSee, but I can't find any option to do so. Does one exist?

    I find it a little surprising that the program has these ads anyway. When I was doing a free trial of the product I thought it was reasonable to have the annoying ads, but after I purchased it I expected them to go away.

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    Your problem is the little program Called ACDSeeInTouch. Read this article on my blog the article addresses both ACDSee Commander and Intouch: http://glenbarrington.blogspot.com/2...mmander-8.html

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      Originally posted by Glen Barrington View Post
      Your problem is the little program Called ACDSeeInTouch. Read this article on my blog the article addresses both ACDSee Commander and Intouch: http://glenbarrington.blogspot.com/2...mmander-8.html
      Many thanks. I agree with your sentiment on the blog post that it's hard to fathom a reason that ACDSee thought this was a good idea not to allow us to disable it. After giving them my money only to turn around and have ads pop onto my screen I thought was an absolute slap in the face and gave me a very sour experience of their product from the get go. I'm going to let ACDSee in on a little secret, the only reason you got my money was because I was trying to avoid free programs that are paid for by ads.

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