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In Windows 10, action center is where to find your app notifications, as well as quick actions, which give you quick access to commonly used settings and apps. Change your action center settings at any time from the Settings app.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/10761

Change notification settings for individual senders. Under Get notifications from these senders, do one of the following:. Turn on or turn off a notification sender. Select a sender's name and then turn on or turn off notification banners, lock screen privacy, and notification sounds, and set the priority of notifications.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../windows-push-notification-services--wns--overview

The Windows Push Notification Services (WNS) enable third-party developers to send toast, tile, badge, and raw updates from their own cloud service. This provides a mechanism to deliver new updates to your users in a power-efficient and dependable way. Before you can send notifications using WNS ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17203

Windows 10 puts notifications and quick actions in action center—right on the taskbar—where you can get to them instantly. Select action center on the taskbar to open it. (You can also swipe in from the right edge of your screen, or press Windows logo key + A.) Notifications at a glance.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/uwp/api/Windows.UI.Notifications

Windows 8.1 added new templates for large, square tiles. To distinguish large tiles from medium tiles (known as square tiles in Windows 8), all of the older templates were renamed. To account for this, notification payloads can be declared with a specific version.