Stop Unwanted Notifications in Windows 10

There was no concept of notifications in the previous versions of Windows OS. Notification panel is added to Windows 10 and gives you a perfect platform to see the notification from various apps running in your system.

It is good to have notifications popping up to your screen, but if notifications start to appear repeatedly they cause irritation to the user. Irritation leads to the distraction from the work.

There is no need to worry if you are experiencing such a problem. Unwanted or all notifications can easily be stopped in Windows 10. Follow the following steps to stop the notifications.

Click on the Notifications icon at the bottom left of your Windows 10 screen.

Right click on the notification of the app and select Turn off notifications for XYZ. This is the method for instantly blocking notification of a single app.

To stop unwanted notifications of multiple apps, click on the Start button and navigate to Settings.

In Windows settings, click on the System.

Now, click on the Notifications & actions on the left side of the window.

You can turn off the notification of all apps by just changing the on status of Get notifications from apps and other senders to Off. Just click on it will change to Off.

If you manually want to turn off the notifications of selected app, skip the above steps and scroll down in the same window and manually turn Off the status of the notification of any app you want.

There is also an option to turn off the notifications in a selected time span. Go to Focus Assist in the system options just behind the Notifications & actions.

Change the status to on in time option and select the desired hours in which you don’t need notifications on screen. They will go to the action center directly.

You can also manually turn off the notifications of the apps. Just click on Customize your priority list under Priority the only option. Add the important apps in the list.

Only the notifications of apps in your priority list will be displayed on your system screen.

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