How to Disable Game Bar Pop-Ups and Notifications in Windows 10

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Photo: nexusby (Shutterstock) – Do you try to minimize Windows 10 notifications? This will be useful.

If you play Xbox games on Windows 10 either by Game Pass or else, every time you unlock a game there’s a good chance of receiving notifications. But once you begin to get them, they will just keep arriving. They even appeared when I was playing my Xbox on my Windows 10 PC. Fortunately, if you wouldn’t have a game performance warning bombardment (not to mention other game reports) there is a way of turning them off.

Deactivate the Windows 10 Game Bar game notification

The fastest way to deactivate Windows 10 game notifications is via the Game bar. The Windows key+G can be used for the starting of this by using Windows 10.

Click the gear icon next to the time in the menu above when the game bar is opened onto your PC.. The game bar settings will be opened for Windows 10.

Windows 10 Game Bar settings.
Screenshot: Pranay Parab

To check all Alert options in the Game Bar, select Notifications in the left pane of the settings window.

The alerts that you don’t require now can be removed. Let’s start by deactivating Notify me when I unlock achievements, I am releasing that will stop sending Xbox performance notifications on your PC. There are also additional tweak Hide notifications labeled when I play a full-screen game that you could want to enable if you want to experience a distraction-free game.

Notification settings for Windows 10’s Game Bar.
Screenshot: Pranay Parab

The Game Bar app continues to require me to randomly provide feedback, and the best way to disable the alerts is on the same settings page, too. Disable Ask me for your feedback on this app.

Finally, there are a number of notification options under the Xbox Social header such as getting a warning if you’re inviting new messages or party. You can check and turn off or activate these as you like by keeping only your notifications.