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    Do you need more time to view Windows toast notifications on? Here's how you can adjust their timing.
    On Windows 10, when an application receives an alert, a toast notification briefly displays in the bottom-left corner of the screen for five seconds before it's directed to Action center. Although five seconds should be more than enough time to understand the message and take action as necessary, if you prefer leaving a notification for a longer period, you can increase the time up to five minutes.

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    09-12-2019 06:11 AM

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