OS X Mavericks introduced the notifications to the Mac’s Lock screen, All sorts of applications display data in to notifications like calender, mail, messages and other do. Social media services supported by Apple like twitter and Facebook can as well. So do many websites and third party apps.
The lock screen keeps anyone who does not know your system password from logging in and doing damage to your computer when you are not looking and keeping your data from prying eyes. But most of the applications will display the notifications will display default display them on the lock screen.
We can say this one of those classic cases of convenience trumping security, If you are the only person who ever look like a computer this probably is not a big deal you and you can potentially be really helpful. If you are in open office environmental or some where else where prying eyes can see what on your lock screen, there might be some notification people who doesn’t want to this. This article is a guide where you can learn How to turn off lock screen notifications in OS X Mavericks. Follow the below steps to turn off lock screen.
Steps to turn off lock screen notifications in OS X Mavericks
- It is very, Initially you need to click on the menu.
- In the menu tap on the system preferences and click on notifications.
- For each application noted in the Notification Center slide bar, You need to uncheck the show notifications on lock screen.
- Once you are done with unchecking the notifications on lock screen close notifications.