Windows Security, by default, will send notifications with critical information about the health and Security of your device.
Users will typically receive account protection notifications when conditions such as inadequate lighting make it difficult for Windows Hello to recognize them or their mobile device is not being found to activate the Device lock.
If you constantly receive notifications from faulty Windows Hello and Dynamic Lock features and don’t want to keep receiving these, you can turn them off.
On the other hand, if you want to be aware of what’s happening with your computer, turn it on.
Below is how to do that with Windows Security app in Windows 11.
How to turn or off Windows Security app account protection notifications in Windows 11
You can keep receiving notifications or stop receiving them together.
Below is how to disable or enable account protection notifications with the Windows Security app in Windows 11.
In Windows 11, click the Start menu, and in the search box, type Windows Security, then select Windows Security in the results list.
In the Windows Security app, click the Settings button (gear) on the button left of the Security at a glance window.
On the Settings page, under Notifications, click the Manage notifications link.
On the Notifications pane, under Account protection notifications, toggle the button to the Off position to disable.
To enable, toggle the button back to the On position.
You may also selectively receive notifications only for boxes that are checked next to the available options:
- Problems with Windows Hello
- Problem with Dynamic lock
You will also receive notifications when problems require immediate attention, regardless of the settings here.
That should do it!
This post showed you how to enable or disable account protection notifications with the Windows Security app in Windows 11. Please use the comment form below if you find any errors above or have something to add.