When Windows 8 came out back in 2012, people just confuse about its interface. Ambiguous Start Menu, hazy integration with phone, and Charm Bar that inadvertently opened on the laptop device is a common reason why it’s considered as the failure product by Microsoft. But thanks God, Microsoft announced a culmination of its operating system – Windows 10. Now, the Charm Bar has killed off and replaced by the seamless program named Notification Center.
The Notification Center located on the Windows Taskbar, between the clock and “show the desktop” button, represented by a bubble text icon. Once you hit the icon, it will show recent notifications and Quick Actions on the lower side. Unlike app tiles on Start Menu, you cannot drag and drop the Quick Actions directly on the Notification Center, instead, Microsoft laying that capability on the Windows Settings.
Changing the position for each Quick Actions tiles may be useful in convenience terms. If you wanted to arrange Quick Actions, check out the following guide below.
How to Arrange Quick Actions in Notification Center on Windows 10
Launch the Start Menu and go to Settings icon.
On the Windows Settings, select the System.
Heads to Notifications & actions menu, then you can simply drag and drop Quick Action tiles using the mouse. For example, I’m going to drag Night Light tiles to the upper rows which previously located at the bottom.
As seen on the Settings window, you able to add or remove Quick Actions, yet it still limited to the default programs. Also, you can toggle notifications on the lock screen, reminder, notifications from apps, suggested content, as well as tips about latest Windows 10 update.
I currently only pick 4 frequently used Quick Actions options on the Notification Center. Fewer menus would help to reduce background apps processes that eventually enhance the speed, particularly on startup.
So, that’s a guide to arrange Quick Actions position on Windows 10. If you have any difficulties, don’t hesitate to ask via comment!