Disable calendar application notification in Windows 10

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Windows 10 alerts you via a pop-up window at the bottom left if you have a calendar reminder or event. This notification is also visible in the Notification and Action Center until you click to view it or select Delete All. If you don’t like the continuous stream of notifications, there is a way to disable notifications for calendar applications in Windows 10 and .

Disable calendar application notifications in Windows 10

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Notifications are an important part of an operating system. By default, when an important action is performed, Windows gives the user a notification response. This can be a calendar event, the arrival of new emails, the connection or disconnection of a USB device, a low battery alarm, etc. To disable notifications for the calendar application, follow these steps.

To disable calendar application notifications, open Settings > System > System > Notifications & Actions.

In Show notifications for these applications, you must toggle the On button to Off.

You can do the same for mail and other applications. You can also disable email notifications from the email application via the application settings.

This disables banner and sound notifications for the Windows 10 calendar application.

This article shows you how to turn system notifications and sounds on Windows 10 off and on.

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