Tắt action center win 10

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UpdatedJul 3, 2017, 11:17 pm EDT| 4 min read
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The kích hoạt Center in Windows 10 collects notifications from Windows & other apps, displaying them in a single pop-up sidebar you can access from the Windows system tray. It also has buttons for performing quiông chồng system commands like toggling WI-FI và công nghệ Bluetooth không dây, setting quiet hours, or switching lớn tablet mode.


kích hoạt Center is handy for seeing all recent notifications you may have missed, as they’ll just wait there in kích hoạt Center until you view them. It’s a favorite new feature for many Windows 10 users, boasting solid configuration & customization features. Some people just find it unappealing, though. Fortunately, it’s easy to lớn toggle on and off in your Settings. If you disable the kích hoạt Center, you will still see pop up notifications above your system tray. They just won’t be collected for you to lớn view later.

RELATED: How khổng lồ Use & Configure the New Notification Center in Windows 10

How Disable kích hoạt Center From Taskbar Settings

You can disable the kích hoạt Center with a single toggle in Windows 10, but that toggle is a bit buried in the interface. Press Windows+I lớn bring up the Settings ứng dụng & then clichồng System. You can also open the Start menu và click “Settings” khổng lồ get to this window.

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In the System window, clichồng the “Notifications & actions” category on the left. On the right, click the “Turn system icons on or off” liên kết.

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Scroll down khổng lồ the bottom of the danh mục of icons you can turn on or off, and cliông chồng the button khổng lồ disable kích hoạt Center. Cthua thảm the settings Windows and you’re done.

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That’s all it takes–kích hoạt Center should go away completely for the current user.

How to lớn Disable kích hoạt Center with Local Group Policy Editor

If you’re using Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise, you can also disable kích hoạt Center by using the Local Group Policy Editor. When you disable kích hoạt Center in this way, the toggle for turning it on & off gets dimmed in the Settings window. You can only enable it by changing the policy again.

RELATED: Using Group Policy Editor khổng lồ Tweak Your PC

So, why bother? Honestly, most people won’t. But group policy does give you a way to loông xã down a computer for other users. So, for example, you could disable kích hoạt Center for all users of a computer, just specific users or groups, or all users except administrators. Why you might want lớn vày that is up khổng lồ you. We should also mention that group policy is a pretty potent tool, so it’s worth taking some time khổng lồ learn what it can vì. Also, if you’re on a company network, vị everyone a favor và kiểm tra with your admin first. If your work computer is part of a domain name, it’s also likely that it’s part of a domain name group policy that will supersede the local group policy, anyway.

In Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise, hit Start, type gpedit.msc, & hit Enter. In the Local Group Policy Editor, in the left-hvà pane, drill down to User Configuration > Administrative sầu Templates > Start Menu và Taskbar. On the right, find the “Remove Notifications & kích hoạt Center” thắng lợi & double-cliông chồng it.

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To disable kích hoạt Center, set the option lớn Enabled. Click OK và then restart your computer (just logging off & bachồng on won’t vì chưng the job). If you want to enable it again, come back lớn this screen and phối it lớn Disabled or Not Configured.


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When you’re done, if you look at the regular Settings window, you’ll see that the option is dimmed và you can no longer access it.

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Disable Action Center by Editing the Registry

You can also disable Action Center in the Windows Registry with any version of Windows 10. So, if you feel more comfortable working in the Windows Registry than in Local Group Policy Editor (or if you don’t have sầu Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise), you can also make a quick Registry edit to disable Windows 10’s kích hoạt Center. This will only disable it for the current user, but it will grey out the Settings option so they can’t turn it back on.

RELATED: Learning to Use the Registry Editor Like a Pro

Standard warning: Registry Editor is a powerful tool and misusing it can render your system unstable or even inoperable. This is a pretty simple hachồng và as long as you stick to lớn the instructions, you shouldn’t have any problems. That said, if you’ve never worked with it before, consider reading about how lớn use the Registry Editor before you get started. And definitely back up the Registry (và your computer!) before making changes.

To get started, open the Registry Editor by hitting Start and typing “regedit.” Press Enter to open Registry Editor & give it permission to lớn make changes to your PC. In the Registry Editor, use the left sidebar lớn navigate khổng lồ the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftWindowsExplorer

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Next, you’re going lớn create a new value inside the Explorer key. Right-cliông chồng the Explorer folder icon và choose New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name the new value DisableNotificationCenter.

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Now, you’re going to modify that value. Double-click the new DisableNotificationCenter value và phối the value to 1 in the “Value data” box.

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Cliông chồng OK, exit Registry Editor, và restart your computer khổng lồ see the changes. And if you want to lớn bring bachồng the kích hoạt Center, follow the same instructions, but set the value khổng lồ 0.

Download Our One-Click Registry Hack

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If you don’t feel lượt thích diving into the Registry yourself, we’ve sầu created two downloadable registry hacks you can use. One haông chồng disables the action center & one turns it bachồng on again. Both are included in the following ZIP file. Double-clichồng the one you want khổng lồ use, cliông xã through the prompts, and then restart your computer.

Action Center Hacks

RELATED: How to Make Your Own Windows Registry Hacks

These hacks are really just the Explorer key, stripped down to the DisableNotificationCenter value we described above sầu, exported khổng lồ a .REG file. Running the Disable Action Center (Current User) haông chồng adds the DisableNotificationCenter value (and the Explorer key if there’s not already one) for the currently logged in user and sets it khổng lồ 1. Running the Enable Action Center (Current User) hack sets the value khổng lồ 0. If you enjoy fiddling with the Registry, it’s worth taking the time to learn how lớn make your own Registry hacks.

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And there you have sầu it! If you don’t like having the kích hoạt Center around, for whatever reason, it only takes a few seconds khổng lồ turn it off. And if you want khổng lồ disable it for just certain users on a shared computer, you can bởi that, too.


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Walter GlennWalter Glenn is a former Editorial Director for How-To Geek and its sister sites. He has more than 30 years of experience in the computer industry & over 20 years as a technical writer và editor. He"s written hundreds of articles for How-To Geek and edited thousands. He"s authored or co-authored over 30 computer-related books in more than a dozen languages for publishers lượt thích Microsoft Press, O"Reilly, và Osborne/McGraw-Hill. He"s also written hundreds of trắng papers, articles, user manuals, and courseware over the years. Read Full Bio »