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When you perform an update of an installed program, the top notification bar displays a 'downloading' icon.

When it is downloaded, it displays a 'successfully updated' icon.

Is there a way to clear these 'successfully updated' icons?

I found no other way than to pull down the notification bar, and click the installed notification messages, but this always starts the updated program.

I was just wondering if you can clear these icons without having to start the program.

A minor thing, I know, but once I get a question like that in my head...

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Towards the top of your notification bar there should be a Clear button. Click this to clear your notifications (this will clear all pending notifications, not just application installed/updated ones).

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Would you believe I never noticed that button there ? It's to the right of the name of my provider and I just skipped that line completely in me viewing the list :) –  Edelcom Dec 6 '10 at 12:56
    
Sometimes it's the simplest things we just don't notice! –  GAThrawn Dec 7 '10 at 10:59

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