Windows 10: Can I Disable Popup Action Center Notifications for a Specific Program Solved

  1.    09 May 2018 #1

    Can I Disable Popup Action Center Notifications for a Specific Program

    Hello, everyone, I am using Windows 10 64-bit OS Build 17134.48.

    May I please request some assistance disabling Action Center notifications for one particular program? I know how to disable the notifications from apps and other senders, but I'm not sure how to disable notifications for selected programs if they are not in the Get Notifications from These Senders list.

    I have a freeware audio converter called Media Human. When a file is converted, a notification appears on screen. The problem is, a notification appears for each and every file, whether it's one or 100, or 250.

    The freeware app isn't listed in that Get Notifications list, so I was wondering if there's a way to disable notifications for that program, while leaving other notifications enabled.

    If this is not possible, then I suppose I could temporarily disable all notifications while using that program. But if I can selectively disable that program permanently, I'd prefer that.

    Is this possible? If so, what is the procedure? If not, then is my alternative the most practical one, or is there a better option?

    Thank you! J. Danniel

    PS: Just to clarify, I'm referring to the notifications that appear on screen in real time. I don't care about the notifications that are inside the Action Center. I can just clear them out whenever I open that area. But if I have to disable them both, that's fine by me. Thank you.
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  2.    09 May 2018 #2

    I found the answer, accidentally. I had the Action Center open while the program was running. Notifications were piling up inside it. At the top of the Action Center was the name of the program.

    I right-clicked on the name of the program, and a context menu appeared. One of the options was Turn Off Notifications.

    Voila. Done. Now, to figure out how to turn them back on again...just in case, and just out of curiosity. But the main thing is I've learned how to disable individual programs now.
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