Step 2: Now that the Control Panel items are a little easier to find out, click on the one called Notification Area Icons.
This will launch a window having settings for configuring the notification area.
Simply click the checkbox against the option that says Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar, and click the OK button. The notification area of the taskbar (or the System Tray) will now always show all the icons and notifications, without consolidating them in a not so intuitive little pop-up box. Also Check Out: Choose Apps That Can Run When Screen Is Locked In Windows 10 The notification area of the Windows taskbar (or the System Tray) is one of those elements of Windows that we don’t really pay much attention to in our day to day computer usage, but there’s no denying the fact that it’s an essential component of the desktop, and the functionality it serves is crucial to the entire Windows user experience.
So why not show it some love and fill it up with all those nice little notification icons, right?
If the settings in the Control Panel are displayed by Category, click on the View drop down menu on the top right, and choose either Large icons, or Small icons.Workspaces can also be created by using the Ctrl N hot key, or by selecting File in the main menu, then pointing to New and clicking New Workspace.A Workspace, complete with Chart/Scanner Windows and all settings, is saved as a file with extension. It is possible to create, save, open, close, rename, and delete Workspaces, as well as to switch between Workspaces that are open in the application window. Names of all open Workspaces are shown in the tabs at the bottom of application window.To switch to another open Workspace click the tab of the Workspace you wish to switch to.