The action center contains some controls that are very valuable when using Windows 10 with touch controls. This video focuses on the Quick Actions section, where you can find a shortcut to settings, a rotation lock control, airplane mode toggle, and other important controls. Then go into settings to see how to configure the options found in Quick Actions.
- [Instructor] I have found that when I use…touch controls in Windows 10, I depend…on the Action Center much more.…So let's see what we can do at the Action Center.…First, to open the Action Center using only…touch controls, you can place your finger…on the far-right edge of the screen…and swipe in to the left.…One thing that you usually find here…is a list of recent notifications.…But what we really need to take…a look at are these quick action buttons down at the bottom.…I see only four buttons here, you might see more.…If we tap on Expand, it opens a panel…and shows all of the options.…But if you want to keep it compact…and only see the top four, you can tap on Collapse.…
For now, I want to see all of the options,…so I'll tap on Expand.…There's one very important button here labeled Tablet Mode,…that's a bigger conversation so I'll…save that for a separate movie.…Rotation Lock is also pretty important.…If you're using a Surface or some other two-in-one,…that option is only available…if your keyboard is disconnected.…
- Name the important peripheral component that is included with all Surface Books.
- Recall how to bring up the Action Center in Windows 10 using a touch screen.
- Recognize the applications that have native support for the Surface Pen in Windows 10.
- Identify the Windows Settings selection where you find the sign-in options.
- Name the biometric information that you can use to sign into Windows 10.