In the latest Windows Insider builds, Microsoft “quietly” changed the name of Quiet Hours, the Windows 10 feature that allows you to temporarily turn off toast notifications. As of Windows 10 Insider build 17083, the feature is now called Focus Assist, and the name change has been accompanied by some fine tuning of the feature, which now has 3 modes:
In addition, you can set times for Priority notifications, and turn notifications on or off for when you’re duplicating your display (ie: when you’re doing a presentation on a big screen), or when you’re playing a game.
When you use this feature, if you do, are you assisting your focus, or looking for quiet? Which name suits you better? Take our poll below and cast your vote:
Do you even use Quiet Hours/Focus Assist? Do you like the new name? Let us know in the comments below.