1, press win+r key, open run, enter "Gpedit.msc", click OK;
2. Expand the local computer policy in the Open Group Policy window--User Configuration--Admin template--Start menu and taskbar;
3, double click "Clear the History of tile notification when exiting the system", that is, local computer policy--User Configuration--Admin template--Start menu and taskbar--the history of removing tile notifications when double repel out system;
4, the default is not configured state, select "Started", click Apply and determine. If you enable this setting, the operating system will remove the post notification when the user logs off, and the magnetic posts in the Metro menu interface will always display their default content, the latest content, when logging on to the system. In addition, all cached versions of these notifications will be purged when the user logs off;
Tip: If the state is disabled or not configured, the operating system will retain the notification settings, landing the Metro menu interface when the post notice will display content and the user log off when the content, which contains the notice of each tile prior notification history. However, disabling or not configuring does not prevent the display from pushing new post content.
5, you can try to turn off the computer to restart, restart after landing to the Metro interface to see the relevant magnetic post application of the push status, no accident generally will not include historical push message, the default is to shut down the computer automatically remove dynamic magnetic post information.