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Turn Security and Maintenance Messages Off or On in Windows 10

By default, Windows will automatically check for problems of Windows Update, Network firewall, Windows Troubleshooting and other items, and then send you a message if problems are found. If you would like to know how to hide or show such messages on your PC, this article will illustrate how to turn security and maintenance messages off or on in Windows 10 for your reference.

Video guide on how to turn security and maintenance messages off or on in Windows 10:

Steps to turn security and maintenance messages off or on in Windows 10:

Step 1: Open Action Center.

Click the bottom-left Start button, type action center in the search box and tap Action Center in the result.

Tip: You can also open Action Center in Control Panel/System and Security.

Step 2: Go to change Action Center settings.

Tap Change Action Center settings on the left.

Step 3: Turn off or on security and maintenance messages.

1. Deselect security and maintenance messages of the items provided, and click OK.

2. Select items offered in Security messages and Maintenance messages, and then hit OK.

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