Windows 10 brought many great and interesting features, but also a lot of annoying things that are unuseful for the most users. When an application trying to inform you about something, the sliding message appears at the bottom-right corner. If you didn’t disable these notifications, you will be so distracted with pop-ups from Facebook, new emails, next appointments and many more…
Quite hours is a great feature that allows you to prevent any of these notifications to show. When you turn of Quite hours, all the notifications are still accessible in the Action center. The best thing is that you can set up Quite hours anytime you want to avoid any disturbance during the work or sleep. In some versions of Windows 10, this option is reduced to On and Off. This guide will show you how to configure do not disturb mode in Windows 10.
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How to configure do not disturb mode in Windows 10
Disable Quite hours in Action Center
You can find this option by clicking on the notifications icon in the taskbar area. Right-click and hold on the icon until appears <Turn on quiet hours>. Click on it and you will not receive any kind of alerts that make noises to disturb you.
Mute the Notification Alerts
Often you are in the mood when you just want to shut down all the notification sounds. Maybe you’re preparing to work on something demanding and these sounds for sure will not be helpful. To shut down them all, open <Settings> and under the <System> you will see <Notificatins & Actions>, and turn off <Show notifications on the lock screen> and <Show alarms, reminders and incoming VOIP calls on the lock screen>.
Windows 10 also added the option to turn off all notifications if it discovers that you are using MicrosoftPower point or if your PC connected to a projector. To enable this feature, go to <Settings> System and click on <Notifications & Actions> and turn on <Hide notifications while presenting>.
Mute the notification for each application separately
If you don’t want to shut down the notifications for all applications, you can choose from the list for which one you want to be turned off. Go to <Settings> System and click on <Notifications & Actions> scroll to the bottom and find <Show notifications from these apps> and select to stop showing the intrusive alerts for any application on the list.
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