How to Rearrange “Quick Actions” in the Windows 10 Action Center
There are two types of Windows 10 users: those who use the Action Center on a regular basis (for its useful notifications and quick actions) and those who never use the Action Center at all. In fact, a lot of users just disable the Action Center altogether .
If you fall into the first group, you’ve probably been annoyed at least once by the order of the Quick Actions — by this, I’m talking about the buttons for Network, Brightness, VPN, Location, Airplane Mode, etc.
Well, thanks to the improvements in the Anniversary Update , you can now rearrange these buttons however you want.
All you have to do is launch the Settings app and navigate to System > Notifications & actions. In the right panel, the very first thing you’ll see is the Quick Actions section where you can click-hold-and-drag to move the buttons around.
You can also click on Add or remove quick actions to disable the ones you never use, thus freeing up space on your potentially-cluttered Action Center.
How often do you use the Action Center? Do you find the notifications useful or are they just an annoyance? Tell us about it in the comments!