Sys assume you don’t know before, this Action Center has been modified by almost all versions of Windows. Starting from Windows 7, it was accessed through the Control Panel. On Windows 10, it was added as a panel that opened on the right side of the screen with helpful toggles.
We all know it was introduced first by Microsoft on Windows 10, and the Action Center has changed how we use our computers. Just because of its amazing easy-to-access notifications, tools, and settings, it is no wonder we see it return in Windows 11.
First of all, before we get right into it, let’s check anf see what the new things Windows 11’s Action Center has to offer.
Surely the one and only of the most notable changes is that quick settings and Notifications are now grouped into two separate panels. With the separation of these two groups, the Action Center is cleaner and more user-friendly.
Also when it gets to Windows 11, it has changed again. The image that appeared at the right end of the taskbar is gone and since it is gone, there does not seem to be a way to open an Action Center.
The Action Center in Windows 11
Normally, Action Center has not resigned. It’s still there and with Windows 11 in its infancy, it seems to be missing a quick way to get to Action Center. It has changed in appearance ie, now it only has properties while messages appear as toast messages.
Open Task Center in Windows 11
There are two ways to open an Action Center in Windows 11.
- Tap on the Win + Keyboard shortening and an Action Center will open.
- L.eft-click on the battery icon in the system tray and Action Center will open.
The second method only works on laptops.
Customizing Action Center in Windows 11
Users can control the toggle that appears in the Action Center on Windows 11.: The toggles that can be added are;
- Airplane mode
- Battery saving
- Focus Help
- Keyboard layout
- Mobile hotspot
- Division nearby
- The light of night
- Rotary lock (for rubbing devices)
- Sliding brightness
- Filling slip.
To customize the Action Center buildings;
- Open Action Center with the Win + A keyboard shortcut.
- Click on the edit icon (pencil image).
- Click on the close toggle button to remove it.
- Click on the Add a button and select toggle from the list.
- The toggle is added.
- Click done to exit the edit mode.
In addition to the listed toggles, the Action Center will tell you the current battery percentage if you are on a laptop or tablet. It also has a gear button that, when clicked, opens the Settings app. Some toggles will open the Settings app. You can operate these toggles with special keys on your keyboard.
Reaching the Task Center in Windows 10 was easier than on Windows 7. In Windows 11, Microsoft has removed the toggles from the notifications.
In addition, the posts actually seem to have their own panel where they compile and judge by the current design, they are unlikely to change. That said, there is plenty of time before the final version of Windows 11 is released and anything can change. So this time around, Microsoft is fixing bugs and adding smaller and brilliant features.