Tag Archives: Windows 10 notifications

Dismiss Windows 10 Notification From Keyboard

Dismiss Windows 10 Notification From Keyboard

How to Dismiss Notification From Keyboard without Using Mouse in Windows 10

In Windows 10, all kinds of notifications were replaced with Windows 8-like toasts which appear in the bottom right corner of the screen. Regardless of the event for which the notification is being shown e.g. AutoPlay, driver installation or a new notification from a Store app - you will see the toast notifications. They appear above the taskbar. A lesser known feature of Windows 10 is the ability to get rid of a visible notification without reaching for your mouse.

New Options for Notification Toasts in Windows 10

New Options for Notification Toasts in Windows 10

Windows 10 features toast notifications instead of the classic balloon tooltips. Microsoft is constantly improving the notification system, so the most recent build 18917 of Windows 10 Insider Preview (20H1) features a couple of new features added to notification toasts.

Disable Link Your Phone Notification in Windows 10

Disable Link Your Phone Notification in Windows 10

From time to time, Windows 10 shows a notification "Link your phone and PC. Seamlessly send webpages from your phone to PC. Suggested". This can be very annoying if you have no plans to link your devices. Here is how to disable this.

How to Disable Notifications For An App in Windows 10

How to Disable Notifications For An App in Windows 10

In Windows 10, all kinds of notifications were replaced with Windows 8-like toasts which appear in the bottom right corner of the screen. Regardless of the event for which the notification is being shown e.g. AutoPlay, driver installation or a new notification from a Store app - you will see the toast notifications. They appear above the taskbar. It is possible to disable these notifications for certain apps in Windows 10. Here is how.

Hide or show notifications when duplicating a screen in Windows 10

Hide or show notifications when duplicating a screen in Windows 10

When you have configured your additional displays for duplicating your primary screen, you might want to disable notification toasts. For example, if you are giving a presentation, you wouldn't want notifications to distract you. In this article, we'll see how you can hide or show notifications when you are duplicating your primary screen in Windows 10.

The Windows 10 Action Center will become more interactive and useful

The Windows 10 Action Center will become more interactive and useful

New information about upcoming changes to Windows 10 has become available. The Action Center, which currently shows notifications and provides quick access to system actions like airplane mode or screen brightness, will be extended with new functionality. There are a number of interesting features it will get with new upcoming builds. Let's see what those features are.

Change the toast notification timeout in Windows 10

Change the toast notification timeout in Windows 10

Windows 10 has replaced all kinds of notifications including the good old balloon tooltips with a new Metro-style toast notification. It pops up for all events and activities you do on your PC. For example, it shows if you have installed some new app, received an email message in the "Universal" Mail app or have inserted a USB flash drive. Here is how you can change the toast notification timeout in Windows 10.

Fix missing notifications in Windows 10

Fix missing notifications in Windows 10

Some Windows 10 users are having issues with notifications not being shown reliably. For some reason, Windows 10 stops showing notifications for some apps. Toast notifications disappear completely. When you open the Action Center, they do not show in the notification history either. If you are affected by this issue, here is a fix you can try.