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HP ProBook 470 G4
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

How do I remove this control panel from my screen, it is very annoying!!  Apparrently something to do with noise cancellation?

 

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Thank you for the post and Welcome HP Forums I understand the concern that your are facing issues with Audio You just had go to Start--> Control Panel--> Sounds, In that Just go to Microphone Enhancement inside that check the box Noise Cancellation there you go that's it.’ Hope this helps!

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This doesnt help. It disappears but appears again once you disconnect microfone and connect it back

 

 hp probook 450 g5

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I want to remove this thing permanently, so that it never appears again. How do I do that?

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I figured this out. In task manager, disable "AppFollower". 

 

In Program Files\CONEXANT\Flow, rename AppFollower.exe so that it never appears again.

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