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Annoying popup when starting Xfinity on PC using DTA

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Annoying popup when starting Xfinity on PC using DTA

I use a DTA to view the TV from XFINITY on my PC in a bedroom. Every time I connect to http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv-listings, I get this:

"There's a new way to watch!

Try the new XFINITY TV website to watch thousands of XFINITY On Demand™ selections and stream your favorite TV channels. Watch any channel in your subscription - and much more - when you're home. Plus, access tons of live TV, shows and movies when you're on the go. With the new XFINITY TV website, you get all your entertainment, all in one place.

Try Now Try Later"

I don't want to try a "New Way" now or later. What I want to turn off this popup, but there's no way to do that. Suggestion?

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Re: Annoying popup when starting Xfinity on PC using DTA


chazcallahan wrote:

I use a DTA to view the TV from XFINITY on my PC in a bedroom. Every time I connect to http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv-listings, I get this:

"There's a new way to watch!

Try the new XFINITY TV website to watch thousands of XFINITY On Demand™ selections and stream your favorite TV channels. Watch any channel in your subscription - and much more - when you're home. Plus, access tons of live TV, shows and movies when you're on the go. With the new XFINITY TV website, you get all your entertainment, all in one place.

Try Now Try Later"

I don't want to try a "New Way" now or later. What I want to turn off this popup, but there's no way to do that. Suggestion?


At this time there is no suggestion available.  This is happening across all platforms.


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