The Action Center feature in Windows 10 might be familiar to Windows Phone users. It stores notifications about all important events like updates, maintenance and security warnings in a single place. In Windows 10, Action Center comes with Quick Action buttons - a set of buttons which allow you to manage various system functions quickly and instantly. Today we will see how to customize these Quick actions.
Action Center is a new feature of Windows 10. It maintains notifications from Desktop apps, system notifications, and Universal apps. When the Action Center gets a new notification, it shows a toast banner above the taskbar. If you miss a notification, it is queued up in the Action Center. If you are not happy to see these notifications, here is how to disable them.
Microsoft recently released Windows 10 build 15019. This build represents the upcoming Windows 10 version 1704, known as "Creators Update". The user interface in this build saw some parts updated. One of its updated parts is Action Center, which now shows a progress bar for whatever you are downloading from the Store.
As you may already know, the Action Center in Windows 10 is now able to show and store notifications from Desktop Windows apps, system notifications, and Modern apps. The Action Center stores these notifications grouped by app and time. When a new event happens, it shows a toast notification for a few seconds and then it is stored in Action Center. Windows 10 allows you to specify which notifications show first in Action Center. It prioritizes notifications so apps with high priority notifications have their notification shown at the top of the notification center.
As you may already know, the Action Center in Windows 10 is now able to show and store notifications from Desktop Windows apps, system notifications, and Modern apps. The Action Center stores these notifications grouped by app and time. When a new event happens, it shows a toast notification for a few seconds and then it is stored in Action Center. It is possible to change how many notifications are visible per app in the Action Center. Here is how.
As you may already know, Microsoft is working to make Action Center in Windows 10 more useful. Windows 10 Redstone, the upcoming major update to the operating system, will bring notable changes to many parts of the OS and its features. Some of the changes anticipated in Redstone wave 2 might actually end up shipping in Redstone wave 1 although nothing is officially announced yet. It has come to our knowledge that Microsoft is working on bringing a Card UI to Action Center and Cortana.
If you customized Quick Actions in Action Center of Windows 10, probably you will it useful to make a backup of your preferences. The next time you reinstall Windows 10, you will be able to restore them with one click. Also, if you have more than one PC, you can transfer your customized Quick Actions from the current PC to another. Here is how.
As you might be knowing, Windows 10 allows you to customize the Quick Actions visible in Action Center. Some day you might want to reset the Action Center buttons to their default set. This can be done very quickly. All you need is just a simple Registry tweak. Let's see this in detail.
Yesterday, Microsoft released a new build for Insiders. Windows 10 build 12495, which is a part of the Redstone update, comes with an interesting change - every time you download a file using the Edge browser, it notifies you about the download status using Action Center.
The Action Center in Windows 10 is a special pane which keeps various types of notifications and provides quick access to useful actions that can be performed with one click or tap. The user can customize which quick actions will be visible there. If you prefer to keep the Action Center only for notifications and remove Quick Actions for Action Center in Windows 10, it can be done with a simple Registry tweak. Here is how.