If you’re sick of constant notifications popping up on your Windows 10 computer, you can use the Registry Editor to disable them.
- First, search for “Regedit” in the Taskbar search box.
- Next, click on Registry Editor in the search results. You may get a pop-up asking if you’re sure you want to open it – just click on the Yes button. Then, navigate to Settings in HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
- Expand the key for the app that you want to disable notifications for (e.g. Skype, Dropbox, etc.). Right-click on empty space and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value.
- Name it as “Enabled” and set the Value data to 0.
Once you’ve done this for all the apps you want to disable notifications for, restart your computer and you should no longer receive any notification pop-ups!
Can I disable Windows push notifications System service?
The first step is to open the System settings by pressing the Windows key + I. Then, click on the Notifications & actions tab.
From there, you’ll see a list of options that allows you to enable or disable various types of notifications. Toggle all of these options to Off if you don’t want to receive any notifications.
Once you’ve done this, you should find that you’re no longer being inundated with unwanted messages.
How do I change Windows notifications?
If you’re getting too many notifications or if they’re too intrusive, you can adjust them at any time from the Windows Settings app. To get there, just select the Start button, then select Settings. From there, go to System > Notifications. You’ll see a list of all the different kinds of notifications and you can toggle them on or off as you see fit. You can also adjust how much detail is included in each notification.