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Customizing Notifications


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stern

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Hi

Expeeriencing / Unable to decipher certain happenings in customizing notifications. As you know there are two categories in this function. Current Items and Past Items. I can see several in the Current and many in Past Items. In some cases items in Past Items are also being shown in the Current Items.
I would like to know what determines the contents of these categories and how do they appear there in the category show on my PC inn the first instance.
Is it possible to delete some items shown which I am not interested in?

Trust that my query will be fully understood or at least partially.

Thanks
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Entire randomness is the honest answer. This has never worked properly and I can quite easily see many reference in my own notifications section to programs that I haven't hard for months. I wouldn't worry about it.
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Hi Neil

Your response appreciated and noted. The opinion gathered is that of nothing to bother about. T/4 closing this particular thread.

Tks

Stern
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