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Automatically Turn on Focus Assist for Full Screen Apps in Windows 10

Focus Assist (formerly Quiet Hours) is a useful feature of Windows 10. When enabled, notifications are suppressed. If you are doing something important like giving a presentation or something urgent where you don't want to be distracted, you can enable Focus Assist. Also, it is possible to enable Focus Assist automatically when you are running an app in full-screen mode. In this article, we will see how it can be done.

How to Enable Focus Assist in Windows 10

Focus Assist (formerly Quiet Hours) is a useful feature of Windows 10. When enabled, notifications are suppressed. If you are doing something important like giving a presentation or something urgent where you don't want to be distracted, you can enable Focus Assist. In this article, we will review different methods of how it can be done.

Change Focus Assist Priority List in Windows 10

Focus Assist (formerly Quiet Hours) is a standard feature on all mobile operating systems and it is part of Windows since Windows 8.1. When enabled, notifications are suppressed. If you are doing something important like giving a presentation or something urgent where you don't want to be distracted, you can enable Quiet Hours. In this post, we will see how to change the Priority list for Quiet Hours in Windows 10.

Change Focus Assist Automatic Rules in Windows 10

Focus Assist (formerly Quiet Hours) is a standard feature on all mobile operating systems and it is part of Windows since Windows 8.1. When enabled, notifications are suppressed. If you are doing something important like giving a presentation or something urgent where you don't want to be distracted, you can enable Quiet Hours. In this post, we will see how to change Automatic rules for Quiet Hours in Windows 10.

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