In Windows 11, the Quick Settings, which are seen in the Action Center of Windows 10, are separated from the notifications that are displayed in that panel. The most recent version of Microsoft’s operating system has an updated version of the Quick Settings menu. You have the ability to create shortcuts to a variety of helpful tools, like Cast, Project, Battery Saver, and many others. We are going to look at a step-by-step tutorial guide in this post that will show us how to edit and personalize the quick settings in Windows 11.
To open the Quick Settings menu in Windows 11, click on the icons (Wi-Fi, speaker, and battery).
Tip: Simply press Windows+A on the keyboard to access the Quick Settings.
To edit Quick Settings, click the edit button in the lower-right corner.
Once you are in the menu, click (➕) Add to include quick icons such as Cast, Keyboard Layout, Mobile Hotspot, Nearby Sharing, Night Light, Project, and more.
Select your preferred Quick icon and click the (✔️) done button.
To remove unwanted or not-needed icons from the Quick Settings menu, just click the “Unpin” icon.
Windows 11 comes with a set of intuitive features that can help you make the most of the space on your screen and increase your level of productivity. When you integrate it with a subscription to Microsoft 365, there is literally nothing that can stop you from getting things done. Here’s how you can use Windows Spotlight Wallpaper and enable it on Windows 11.
So that’s it for today. I hope you all find this post useful. Stay tuned to our blog for more tips and tricks, how-to guides, etc.