The Live Tile Notification feature in Windows 10 is the interesting feature which displays live data from apps on their tiles. These tiles provide you sometimes enough data that you don’t need to open the app. With the use of these tiles, you can see various type of informative information like News, Weather, Mails, and other data. But, it is rightly said that everything has its bad phase, it is with this feature also.
Sometimes, this feature shows older data and don’t update it for a long time. So, to overcome this problem, you have to Reset the Live Tiles Cache and have them load fresh data every time. This can be done by tweaking the registry settings and you will receive fresh content every time.
Steps to Reset Live Tile Notifications in Windows 10
To reset the Live Tile Notification, you have to change the registry settings. After doing this, the cache saved in the tile will be cleared and every time you restart the PC and join the internet, it will load the fresh data. So, follow these easy steps.
Step 1: To do change in the registry settings, you have to log in as an administrator.
Step 2: After this, you have to open the Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R.
Step 3: Now after opening the Run dialog box, type “regedit” in the search bar and press OK.
Step 4: After pressing enter, the User Account Center will open which ask you the permission to allow the app. Click on yes.
Step 5: Now, the Registry Editor will open. From there, navigate to the following path:
Also, if you want to system-wide changes and not for the current user you can navigate to:
Step 6: Now, right click on the “Windows” Folder and select “New“. After this choose “DWORD (32-bit) Value” to create a new registry value.
Step 7: After doing the above step, now you have to rename the value to “ClearTilesOnExit“. Now, Double-click it and set its value to “1“.
Step 8: After doing all the above steps, you have done with your work. Now for final, you have to Restart your system, the changes will affect soon after connecting to the internet.
So, these were the steps required to clear Live Tile notifications on every Windows startup. You can revert back the changes by restoring a registry backup.
Alternate Method using Group Policy Editor
Beside above-mentioned steps, there is an alternate method for Resetting Live Tile Notifications which is using Group Policy Editor. For using this method, follow these steps:
Step 1: First, you have to open the Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R.
Step 2: Now after opening the Run dialog box, type “gpedit.msc” in the search bar and press OK.
Step 3: The Local Group Policy Editor will open. Now, navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Start Menu and Taskbar.
Step 4: After Opening the Start Menu and Taskbar option, a new screen will open with various options. Now in the right pane, double-click on Clear tile notifications during log on.
Step 5: After opening the “Clear tile notifications during login” option, a new dialog box will appear. There you have to choose the Enable Option and then click on Apply. For the reference, see the image below.
After finishing all the above steps, now restart your PC. Now after login to your PC, you will see the fresh content on the Live Tile.
Now, with the above two methods, you will now see the fresh content on the Live Tile Notification center. But there is one limitation that you have to connect to the internet for receiving the fresh data. You may not notice any considerable changes in the system even after you’ve made the registry or group policy changes. Remember that, making these changes won’t stop tiles from loading the data and displaying it.
So, this is all for this article. Hope with the above-mentioned steps you will get the fresh content of the Live Tile Notification. If you find this article resourceful, please share it on Social Media and also with your friends. If you have any questions or want to suggest something, you can ask below in the comment section. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.
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