Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is available in Free and premium versions, where the Free version shields browsers (including add-ons also) such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox , Google Chrome, Opera and others, and Java. Malwarebytes anti-Exploit Premium version shields PDF Readers, Media Players and applications from Microsoft Office.

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One annoying thing you can notice with MAE Free is: it shows a notification from the system tray whenever you start a browser or app it can protect, with a message, for instance, for Chrome, it shows ‘ Google Chrome (and plugins) is now protected by Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free.’, you might see these notifications number of times in a day, luckily, you can disable or turn off them, here is how.

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Note:  Despite doing the below, interface always shows the number of applications it has shielded, but not their names.

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Disabling Notifications shown by Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free

1. Double click on the MAE icon in the system tray to open its interface, click on Settings

2. Untick ‘Show notification traybar tooltips’ and click on ‘Apply’.