How to Show Notifications in Lock Screen in Windows 10

You always encounter with the messages and alerts on your Windows 10 screen whenever there is a need to inform you by the system. The operating system also gives you a provision to see notifications when your screen is locked. When you enable the concerned feature, you can see messages from across all your apps in your lock screen being logged-in to your Windows 10 computer. In this article, we will tell you how to show notifications in Lock Screen in Windows 10.


Windows 10 – How to Personalize Lock Screen

When you are logged into your Windows 10 computer and then in some situations, you leave it idle for some reason, after some time your display screen gets locked. So, when you see your lock screen you be notified with the new messages if any. Suppose, while you are away from your computer, the arrival of new mail will be notified in your lock screen. Hence, if you also prefer to see your important alerts on your screen, we will tell you how to show notifications in lock screen in Windows 10.

How to Show Notifications in Lock Screen in Windows 10

  • Spread out the Start Menu and pick up Settings app from there.
Start Menu lists Settings app
  • Get yourself into the first category of Settings app, System.
Settings app's System category
  • From the left sidebar, pick up Notifications & actions.
Notifications & actions segment under System category
  • Under Notifications section see the third option, Show notifications on the lock screen.
Show Notifications in Lock Screen in Windows 10
  • Turn it on and since then you can see notifications on your Windows 10 lock screen.
  • Finished!!!

To see notifications in Windows is an ongoing feature. You can choose specific apps for notifications, lock screen notifications, perform quick actions and many more such things. Try this feature out and also help us by providing extra information about this subject.

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Topics:  Windows 10
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A. Saujanya is a dedicated tech Enthusiast and digs out hidden Windows 11 & 10 tips.

  1. the lock screen setting is a pain – the current image is a claustrophobic cave looking out onto a beach and it keeps coming back whatever I do to change the picture…. and the idea of getting busy users to go into the registry to mess around with deeper settings is a confession of failure to show due flexibility on the part of MS. Windows 10 on the whole may be pleasing to those judging its clunky functionality back at MS HQ but for the user and the user interface it is nothing compared with Apple’s dedication to deliver excellence and even XP’s wonderful options compared with 10.