Microsoft has released Windows 10 Technical Preview for IT experts few days back. We have been using it since the very first day and as we already told, it is awesome. There have been many other experts who tried to dig deep in the OS and got some really interesting things for us. If our readers remember, we saw a video showing the notification centre in Windows 10 a couple of months ago. The build Microsoft released doesn't contain the notifications centre. Some of the readers at Neowin created a program that actually enables the Notification Centre in Windows 10.
Before you go any further, be aware that this is not a supported method by Microsoft - the file you download could corrupt your install and many bad things can happen. In other words, proceed at your own risk and expect the worst, but hope for the best.
If you are running Windows 10, you can turn this feature 'on' by going Here and downloading the zip file. You can then run the .exe file after unzipping the folder and voila!, up comes the Notifications Center. Unfortunately, it doesn't do much right now and we can't get any notifications to show up, but enabling the feature is the first step towards making it work.
We recommend you to read the 'read me' file in the .zip before trying this. Also, if you don't have much idea about this then don't try it at all.
Microsoft will be enabling Notification Center officially in Windows 10 Technical Preview in the coming weeks.
NOTE: We recommend you not to try this as it will be implemented in the coming weeks. If you still want to proceed then do this at your own risk. We won't be responsible for any damage. If you don't have full knowledge about Registry Editor then better stay away.