Notifications have long been a part of Windows but in Windows 10, Microsoft introduced the Notification panel, i.e. the Action Center where all the notifications sent to you by the system or an app would appear. You can review notifications that you dismissed and interact with them to open a file, event, or email, etc. The panel also includes some quick access toggles for opening the Settings app, turning on Quiet hours, turning the WiFi On/Off, and more. The point is, it’s not a useless UI element put there for the sake of making the OS appear more intelligent. It has actual use but if you’re trying to get Windows 10 to look, and/or behave, more like Windows 7 then you might be interested in turning the Notification Center panel Off. Here’s how.
Many people know that if you are caught flipping off, or in other words, showing the middle finger to another person inside the Saudi Arabia, you could very well land yourself in prison. However the legal experts have issued a new warning in which sending an emoticon or emoji, as they are now called, in which a gesture of the middle finger is shown, on any message or social media platform, you could very well get into trouble for that too. The lawyers and Police have also issued a warning after news came that Microsoft will be becoming the first every manufacturer which will allow their users the facility of showing the finger on the latest version of their operating systems. The feature is set to be launched in the Windows 10 Operating System.