How to Access Windows 10 Notifications and Quick Action Center

Windows 10 puts notifications and quick actions in the action center at the bottom right of the taskbar. From this location you can quickly access systems’ notifications like printer issues, Wi-Fi connection errors, app settings and more.

This can also serve as a shortcut to many of the app settings on your Window 10 computer. The action center can be accessed on the taskbar to the right. On touch screen computers, simply swap to the left from the right to show the action center.

Not only can you access notifications and jump to the settings’ page, you can also quickly turn on or off features from there. If you want to disable bluetooth, simply click the bluetooth block to turn on or off.

This brief tutorial show students and new users how to access the action center and how to shortcut to other settings like network, bluetooth and more.

Windows 10 action center can quickly take you to settings and apps you’re likely to use often, from wireless to screen brightness settings. To access the action center, look at the image below to find on the taskbar on the right.

Select one to turn the setting on or off, or open the app. To jump to a setting’s page in the Settings app, press and hold (or right-click) one of the settings, then select Go to Settings.

windows 10 action center

The action center shows Airplane mode, bluethooth, brightness, Night light, network, VPN, Project, Quiet hours and more. From the action center, you can quickly go to each of these feature setting page by simply right-clicking the feature and selecting Go to Settings

windows 10 action center

To go to the bluetooth setting page, right-click the bluetooth from the action center and select Go to Settings as shown below.

Enjoy!

This is how to access Windows 10 action center to view notifications and quickly turn settings on or off. It also allows you to quickly to jump to the setting’s page in the Settings app..

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