If you’re sick of Microsoft News constantly popping up on your taskbar, there’s a way to get rid of it. Here’s a quick guide on how to do it.
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How to Get Rid of Microsoft News on Your Taskbar
If you’re not a fan of Microsoft News, you can get rid of it from your taskbar. Here’s how.
Open the Settings App
If you’re using Microsoft News and you want to get rid of it, the best way to do it is to open the Settings app. You can find the Settings app by searching for it in the Start menu, or you can access it from the Control Panel.
In the Settings app, click on “Network & Internet.” On the next page, click on “Wi-Fi.” On the Wi-Fi page, scroll down and click on “Manage Wi-Fi settings.”
On the next page, scroll down and findMicrosoft News under “Choose which apps can use your location.” If Microsoft News is turned off, then it won’t be able to show up on your taskbar.
Go to System>Notifications & Actions
1. Open the Settings app. You can do this by clicking the Start button and then selecting the cog icon (⚙️) in the lower-left corner of the Start menu.
2. In the Settings window, click “System.”
3. Click “Notifications & Actions” in the left pane. This will open the Notifications & Actions settings page.
4. Find “Get notifications from apps and other senders” and toggle it to “Off.” This will disable all notifications from all apps, not just Microsoft News.
Turn Off the Get Tips, Tricks, and Suggestions as You Use Windows toggle switch
If you don’t want to see tips, tricks, and suggestions from Microsoft as you use Windows, then you can turn this feature off. Here’s how:
1. Open settings by clicking on the start button and then click on the settings icon.
2. In the settings window, click on System.
3. In the left pane of the system window, click on Notifications & Actions.
4. In the right pane of the notifications & actions window, scroll down to the very bottom and find the Get tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows toggle switch.
5. Click on the toggle switch to turn it off.