Know how you can configure and rearrange Quick actions buttons on Windows 10 Action Center

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With the Quick actions buttons on the Windows 10 Action Center, you can adjust your screen brightness, launch the Settings app, take down a note, switch on Quiet Hours and more in a quick and handy manner. And you will be happy to know that these buttons are plenty customizable.

This tutorial will show you how to configure and rearrange the Quick actions buttons according to your preferences. The Quick actions buttons can be accessed by clicking the Action Center icon on the extreme right side of the Taskbar.

Steps to configure and rearrange the Quick actions buttons on Windows 10 Action Center

Step 1: First off, you are supposed to open the Settings app on your PC by opening the Action Center and clicking on All Settings button or opening the Start menu and clicking the Settings button located on the lower-left side of the menu.

Step 2: Once you are in the Settings dialog box, click System, and then Notifications & actions.

Step 3: You should see the current layout of the Quick actions buttons. From here:

  • You can rearrange the buttons by dragging and dropping them in the order you want.
  • You can remove the buttons by clicking the Add or remove quick actions link located beneath the button layout. You will then be presented with a list of all the available Quick actions buttons displays. Just toggle the slider to the OFF position to turn off a Quick action button. In case you wish to display a quick action, simply toggle the slider to ON

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That’s all there is to it. Got any questions about configuring and rearranging Quick actions buttons on Windows 10 Action Center? Put them in the comments section below and we will be happy to help you out with the problem you may have.

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