Windows 10 operating system comes with a new feature called "freebies" which is, basically, app notifications. It appears in the lower right corner of your computer screen.

While the feature is quite useful, it can get boring over time. Earlier versions of the operating system, allowed users to change the location of "freebies" through the Registry Editor. However, this is not possible in newer versions.

So, if "freebies" or feature notifications are not for you and you want to disable them completely for installed apps, follow this step-by-step.

Disable pop-up notification in Windows 10

Step 1: Open the Application Settings in Windows on computer 10. You can do this by looking for the term “settings” in the start menu.

Step 2: In the Application Settings, select the "System" option.

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Step 3: Now, from the left side of the options menu, click on "Notifications and Actions."


Step 4: Once you click on it, some options will appear on the right. From there, disable the option that says "Receive notifications from apps and other senders." This will completely disable application notifications.



Alternatively, you can also disable the individual application by disabling notifications for that particular application or software in the "Get notifications from these senders" section.


However, note that once you follow this process, notifications will not appear on the screen, but they will silently appear in the Windows Action Center, where you can manually review them at your convenient time.

To check notifications from the Windows Action Center, simply click with the CTRL + A keyboard or mouse keys in the right area, next to the clock on the taskbar.