How to Control Individual App Notifications in Windows 10


Windows 10 allows you to control notifications for each your apps individually. In addition to managing the notifications for each app individually, you can also turn on or off the notifications for all the available apps in a single go.

The entire process of enabling or disabling the notifications for all apps in a single go, or for each app individually is explained below:

    ■Log on to your Windows 10 PC.
    ■On the desktop screen, click the Start button (button with the Windows icon from the bottom left corner).
    ■From the displayed Start menu, click the Settings option available under the Places category.

    ■On the opened Settings window, click the System icon.

    ■From the left pane of the opened System window, click to select the Notifications and actions option.
    ■From the right pane, ensure that the Show app notifications bar is set to On.
    ■To disable the notifications for unwanted apps, move the bar of the corresponding app from right to left. (The Calendar app is used here for demonstration.)

    Note: You must do this for each app individually.
    Note: You can also click the Advanced option present next to the notification control bar for each app to configure the corresponding app’s notifications more granularly. (Calendar app’s notification’s advanced settings are demonstrated here.)

    ■Alternatively you can move the Show app notifications bar from right to left to turn off the notifications for all the available apps altogether. (Move the bar from left to right to turn the notifications back on.)

    ■Once the notifications for the apps have been managed as per your preferences, close the opened System window and start using your Windows 10 PC normally.