How to activate or deactivate the concentration assistant in Windows 10

Concentration assistant

With the latest updates to Windows 10, we have seen how little by little from Microsoft they have been incorporating new features and functionalities of great utility for users, in order to achieve a better final user experience and make them more comfortable liking the operating system.

One of these functions is that of the concentration assistant, which may sound familiar to you Since if you have one of the latest versions and use your computer to work, it is possible that at some point a notification related to it may have appeared, and the truth is that it is a very useful function.

In this case, what the concentration assistant allows is, as its name suggests, to improve your concentration on a certain task, for which it will take care of automatically mute some of the alerts and notifications that may appear while you are, for example, writing a certain text, which is why it is very useful to avoid losing track of what you are doing.

This is how you can activate or deactivate the concentration assistant in Windows 10

First of all, so that you can use the concentration assistant on your team, say that you will need to have updated Windows 10 to the latest version, something you can easily achieve following this tutorial. Once this is done, to change the configuration of the concentration assistant what you should do is access the Windows notification center, available from the icon in the lower right corner of the taskbar.

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Once inside, at the bottom, you will find different quick settings, among which the concentration assistant will be represented with a moonAlthough if it does not appear, you may have to first click on the expand button. You just have to press it to activate or deactivate it.

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In the same way, here you will have two options, or receive only priority notifications, being Microsoft's artificial intelligence the one that initially decides what it shows you or not, or just alarms, with which practically all notifications will be directly omitted, with the exception of those manually programmed such as alarms, timers and the like.

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