How Focus Assist Works in Windows 10 19H1
Focus Assist, previously known as Quiet Hours, is a feature that Microsoft first announced for the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, technically allowing the operating system to automatically silence notifications whenever users don’t need to be distracted.
The purpose of Focus Assist is to kick in whenever it’s needed, despite users being allowed to configure a series of options in the Settings app to define rules and app that will be switched to silent mode.
Focus Assist thus blocks any other distraction in Windows 10, letting you complete your presentation or play games without being interrupted by notifications.
In the upcoming Windows 10 19H1, Focus Assist evolves with new features, and just like before, Microsoft is trying to make the whole thing run as seamlessly as possible with reduced user interaction.[ORIGIMG=2]
Windows 10 19H1 improvements
First and foremost, the biggest update that Focus Assist gets in Windows 10 19H1 is support for f… (read more)