basically,MicrosoftThe Action Center experience is being customized in a way that is more suitable for each user, which means additional adjustments will enterWindows10 devices. The latest Windows Insider preview released this week gives the outside world an idea of how Microsoft views the action center in the Windows 10 2019 Spring Update. From the outside, the company is on the right path.
First, the Action Center is getting a brightness slider. Without the slider, the user can only adjust the brightness to a predefined value, not to the custom level. In addition, Microsoft is working hard to make custom fast operations easier without leaving the action center. Users can now right-click on any available quick action and then click Edit to enter the custom screen, allowing them to reorder the transitions and even add new ones.
A dedicated Add button is available at the bottom of the Action Center to allow users to enable new quick actions that are available to the system but not yet displayed. In addition, right-clicking on any fast switch allows the user to open the Settings application to the configuration options available for that quick action. For example, right-click VPN Express to access the network configuration options to change the settings for a VPN connection.
All of these improvements will make the Action Center more widely adopted on Windows 10 and turn fast operations into more useful desktop experience elements. The Windows 10 2019 spring update is expected to be completed in March and will be released to users in April 2019.