How to disable notifications on Windows 11?

 you can disable notifications On Windows 11 entirely or disable the feature per application 
 in this post, we’ll talk you how.

The Notifications feature on Windows 11 provides you with real-time updates and alerts from various apps and system events. It appears as pop-up messages in the lower-right corner of the screen, accompanied by a sound or vibration, depending on your device's settings.

Notifications can include a variety of information, such as new emails, chat messages, calendar reminders, system updates, app notifications, and more. They serve to keep you informed and provide quick access to important information or actions.

Windows 11 introduces a redesigned notification center, which is accessed by clicking on the notification icon located in the taskbar, next to the date and time. From the notification center, you can view and interact with all your notifications in one place.

Additionally, Windows 11 offers notification customization options. You can manage notification settings on a per-app basis, choosing which apps can send notifications and specifying the type of notifications you want to receive from each app. You can also control notification sounds, prioritize certain notifications, and set quiet hours during which notifications are suppressed.

Overall, the Notifications feature in Windows 11 aims to provide a streamlined and personalized way of staying informed and managing your digital interactions.

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How to disable notifications on Windows 11

To disable notifications on Windows 11, you can follow these steps:
  • Click on the "Start" button in the taskbar or press the Windows key on your keyboard.
  • Click on the "Settings" icon (it looks like a gear) in the left side menu.
  • In the Settings window, click on "System".
  • Select "Focus Assist" from the left side menu.
  • Under "Focus Assist," click on the "Automatic rules" option.
  • Turn off the toggle switch for "During these times" to disable automatic rules for focus assist.
  • Alternatively, you can manually enable "Priority only" or "Alarms only" to limit notifications during specific times or for important events respectively.
  • Close the Settings window.

After following these steps, Windows 11 will stop showing most notifications. Note that system alerts and critical notifications will still be displayed.

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