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The “Get Office” promo notification is incessant in Windows 10, and it’s probably driving you nuts. The good news is that turning off the notification is quite easy.

Start by opening the Start menu, clicking on Settings, and navigating to System > Notifications and actions.

Now, in the Show notifications from these apps section, move the slider for Get Office into the “Off” position. That’s it! The Get Office popup from Action Center won’t bother you anymore.

Don’t try uninstalling the Get Office app because it’s futile. Some users report that the app reinstalls itself when you restart the system. Hiding the notification is a more effective way to get rid of Microsoft’s nagging message.

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The Get Office notification is not the only annoyance you can hide in Windows 10. You can also ban ads and NSFW content How to Ban Windows 10 Ads & NSFW Content from Your Desktop How to Ban Windows 10 Ads & NSFW Content from Your Desktop Windows 10 may be crossing a line with desktop ads and NSFW content. Microsoft and third-party developers can push promotional material directly onto your desktop. We show you how you can defend yourself. Read More  from your desktop.

Which notifications or popups do you find the most annoying on Windows? Do tell us, because we’re here to help you reduce those pet peeves!

Image Credit: Derivative of Hand holding blue speech bubble with flat design by Gonzalo Aragon via Shutterstock

  1. Nikolaj Knudsen
    October 30, 2015 at 4:18 pm

    Weird, I simply uninstalled (removed) it, and never saw it again.

    • Akshata Shanbhag
      October 30, 2015 at 4:47 pm

      That is how it's supposed to work, Nikolaj, but it doesn't for many people.

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