With the latest Windows 10 update, Microsoft has updated their notification centre. With the cross platform support you can enjoy all the applications which are currently available for windows 10 mobile platform. In the windows 10 notification would pop up form the right side bottom corner in a rectangular box.
These notification will disappear after some time. These notifications could be of Facebook, twitter, birthday reminders and emails. But sometimes they could get annoying with the pop sound and specially when you are working on something.
There is a feature which can turn off the notifications knows as quite hours. Quite hours will block all these notifications from appearing on the screen, you can later find them in the action Center. Today we are going to show you, how you can smartly manage these notifications and enable DND mode in windows 10.
Configure DND Mode in Windows 10 [ How To ]
Enabling Quite hours using action center.
Right click on the action center on the task bar. Menu will open where you can easily turn on/off the quite hours.
Using Action Center
You can also enable/disable DND quite hours from action center. It is really easy. Simple open the action center from right side corner and then click on Quite hours.
Turn off the notification sound
If you want your notification to pop up but don’t want the sound. It can be done really easily. Just goto Settings then System and then notification and action. Here you can find all the settings, you can choose from the different types of notification.
You can also control, whether you want the notification to show up on the lockscreen.
Per App Notification
You can also disable notification from particular application. Prioritise your notification according to your need.
Windows 10 would let you enable DND globally or per app base. Choose according to your need.