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Take control of your notifications in the Windows action center
Windows 10 keeps all notifications in the action center, so you can catch up and act on anything you might have missed, when you're ready.
Windows Community interviews Windows enthusiast: Rohit Langde
Windows enthusiast Rohit Langde describes how an introduction to Windows 95 laid the foundation for a career in technology.
Add a device notifications
I accidently connected my Bluetooth with Hp OfficeJet Pro 8020 series. What can I do to stop getting notifications (every 3 seconds)!!!
Notifications are not shown anymore
Ladies and Gentlemen When I position and press the left mouse button on notifications, nothing is displayed, which normally used to be the case. cf. notifications. png How can this be restored or resolved? Regards, Ernst Tremel
Notifications in Windows 10 using Google Chrome
I get lots of notifications, but don't always want to open them when they pop-up. After showing for a brief period of time, they would go to location that I can click on at the bottom tool bar in right hand corner. The problem is that if I don't click on them when they pop-up, I can't open them. When I click that notification box in the bottom right corner, I can see all the notifications, but when I click on them, they just disappear. Is this a setting issue or is there a way to open those notifications after the pop-up goes away?
Choosing your Windows 10 edition: Home vs. Pro
Find out which Windows 10 edition fits your needs.
Minimize distractions with Windows 10 Focus assist
No distractions, no problem. Focus assist helps keep your focus on the task at hand.
What can we do to improve your experience with our website
What can we do to improve your experience with the Windows Community website? What would you like to see, read or get more information on?
Windows 10 device notifications appearing on mobile device
I call it Reverse notifications i.e. critical Windows 10 notifications appearing on mobile device i.e. on Your phone app installed on mobile device. It will be great to have critical windows 10 notifications appearing on your mobile device having Your phone app installed. For e.g. if my Windows 10 laptop's battery is running low then if I get a notification of my Laptop's batter running low as a Your phone notification on my mobile phone it will be very useful for me in cases when I am not near my laptop, I can call a person sitting next to me to plug in the charger to my laptop. It can also be useful for cases where say, my laptop has finished restarting after a long (taking hours) successful update completion and again I am not near me laptop, I get a notification on my mobile device, Windows Updates installed successfully. Another example can be when the Windows Laptop is disconnected from an internet source (Wifi/Lan), it sends out a notification to your mobile device having Your phone app installed. Have some more ideas around it!
What's your favorite Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
What's your favorite or your go-to Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
Turn notifications, banners, and sounds on or off for some or all notification senders. Choose whether to see notifications on the lock screen. Choose whether to see notifications when you're duplicating your screen. Turn tips, tricks, and suggestions about Windows on or off. Change notification settings
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
Action center in Windows 10 is where you'll find your notifications and quick actions. Change your settings at any time to adjust how and when you see notifications and which apps and settings are your top quick actions. Select the Start button, then select Settings > System > Notifications & actions. Change notification settings for all senders
A notification informs users of events that are unrelated to the current user activity, by briefly displaying a balloon from an icon in the notification area. The notification could result from a user action or significant system event, or could offer potentially useful information from Microsoft Windows or an application.