It looks like Microsoft learned a lot about what works with Windows Phone and has already improved on Windows 8. The operating system offers loads of customization options, and persistent options for sharing photos and connecting with devices is something even Windows Phone 8 users long for. for. Unfortunately, one of the things Microsoft has managed to replicate from Windows Phone to Windows 8 is annoying one-time notifications.
Fortunately, Windows 8.1 allows users to handle notifications directly. Here’s how to disable notifications in Windows 8.1.
Windows 8.1 is a free update coming to Windows 8 users starting October 18. If you currently have Windows 8, you’ll need to go to the Windows Store to update your device to get it.
Read: 26 Awesome features in Windows 8.1
To go start screen.
your mouse cursor top right corner Touchscreen users of your screen must swipe their finger from the right edge of their screen to the left to open the Charms bar.
You can also open the Settings app by clicking it. Settings live tile on your Start Screen.
click or tap on Settings charm. It is represented by the white gear icon at the bottom.
Click or tap Changing computer settings at the bottom of the settings bar. This will open the settings app.
Click or tap Search and Apps From the menu on the left side of your screen. It is located in the fourth menu option at the top of your screen.
click Notifications from the menu.
From here you can turn off all notifications for your Windows device. If you find that only a few apps bother you, you can also turn off notifications for each app. There is also an option to automatically disable all notifications at certain times. This is useful if you want to stay out of contact at certain times.
It’s important to remember that notifications are useful—especially when it comes to instant messaging apps downloaded from the Windows Store. If you find only certain notifications troublesome, it’s better to disable notifications for that particular app rather than all notifications.