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    Stop calendar notifications

    Somewhere / how I turned on nominations for the Windows calendar. Since I already have this set up in my Google calendar, it is not needed.

    How do I stop notifications of upcoming appointments and events in the Windows calendar?

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    Try clicking “Start” to “Programs” and look for the “Start up”. Look in there and see if the “Clock” got dragged in there somehow. If it did, right click on it and click delete. If not, make sure this is the “Windows Clock” and not a 3 part software clock.

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    Do you mean on the lock screen or the notification panel?

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    Try Settings > Systems, Display, Notifications, Apps, Power > Notifications. You can turn off all notifications or just for specific apps here.

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    It's not the lock screen...Jerry, I'll take a look there.

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