Action Center on your Windows 10 PC
The Action Center is an integral part of the Windows 10 experience. If your app has a new update, or a download is finished, you’ll find that information in the Action Center. You can also perform quick actions from the Center, such as quickly turning Wi-Fi on or off.
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Edit quick actions
Quick actions are like shortcuts that let you swiftly control important features or settings. You even can rearrange them or add new ones according to your preferences.
From Settings, click System, and then click Notifications & actions on the side bar. Click Add or remove quick actions, and then simply click the switch to turn on or off the desired quick actions.
Another major role of the Action Center is sending app notifications. You can edit which apps send them to you and even control the times they're sent with Focus assist.
From Settings, click System, and then click Notifications & actions on the side bar. Under notifications, adjust the settings according to your preferences. You can also individually turn on or off which apps can you send you notifications.
Note: To turn on or edit Focus assist, click Focus assist settings.
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