Windows 10's Focus Assist feature automatically hides notifications as you play games or use other full-screen apps. However, Cortana happily announces that notifications will be muted. To disable these annoying Focus Assist notifications:
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To configure the Focus Wizard, go to Settings> System> Focus Wizard. (You can quickly open the Settings window by pressing Windows + i.)
Click "Automatic Rules" in the name of an automatic rule. For example, to turn off the Focus Assist notifications that appear when you play a game, click "When I play a game."
Uncheck this option Select the "Show notification in Action Center check box if focus support is automatically enabled" checkbox.
Repeat this process for any other type of automatic rule, "When I duplicate my display," "When I play a game" and "When I run an app." Use full screen mode ". Each automatic rule has its own notification setting.
If you also want to turn off the summary messages that appear when the focus support is automatically stopped, deselect the "Display Summary of Missing Focus Support" option at the bottom of the list of automatic rules.
Focus Assist is designed to be quiet. Why does Cortana announce in an announcement that you will not be notified? That way, you'll at least know that Focus Assist is turned on. Focus Assist usually does not silence notifications without notifying you so you do not miss important notifications. However, Microsoft should make it really easier to find the notification options – they are pretty hidden.
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