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How to manage notifications in Windows 10?

In Windows 8, the world’s leading technology giant Microsoft introduced system-wide notifications to its popular OS, allowing Windows and apps inform important events usage required. The same feature is also included in Windows 10 with the addition of an Action Center, a notification center, used to contact and manage missed notifications. Moreover, Windows 10 supports lock screen notifications and pop-up “toast” notifications for the system as well as apps. But the full-screen modal app notifications are not a part of Windows 10. Windows users having issues with notification management can rely upon a reliable Microsoft technical support via a remote assistance service.


Action Center is a big introduction and change to notifications in Windows 10. With notification center interfaces, the Action Center is hidden automatically and collects the notifications for systems and apps you haven’t responded to. In the system tray, the Action Center is called upon by choosing the Action Center icon when you swipe in from right screen edge. You can also type WINKEY + A to do the same. You can hold missed notifications in the bigger top area of the pane and Quick Action tiles in the bottom area. The Quick Action tiles regularly need system settings that you can successfully do with the help of a toll-free Windows 10 phone support number. Remember that notifications vary from app to app, but you can easily manage them with the following actions:

  • In order to close a notification, you simply need to choose the Close (“x”) button which you are likely to find at the right of the notification.
  • If you are interested in closing all notifications, what you need to do in this case is to choose “Clear all” option displayed at the top of Action Center.
  • When it comes to collapsing an individual notification, you will find that the notification is collapsed automatically and offers very less information. But you can easily expand a notification by choosing to see more by selecting the little V shape icon displayed below the Close button.
  • You can easily respond to a notification in the list of notifications that prompts related apps and search items navigate correctly. In Settings, Windows 10 users can easily configure several options related to notifications and Action Center by opening Settings (WINKEY + I) and navigating to System, Notifications & Actions.

You can also seek Windows 10 support from technical experts for better management of notifications in Windows 10.

These tips are likely to help Windows users direct their notifications in an effective manner.

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