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Windows Mobility Center

Windows Mobility Center is one menu which gives you control of the most commonly used laptop settings, such brightness, volume, battery status, and wireless network status. Different tiles are displayed depending on your system, and some tiles are added by your laptop manufacturer.

If a particular setting doesn't appear, then it might be because of the related required hardware or driver is missing or turned off. For example, if the laptop doesn’t support WiFi or it is turn off then, Turn wireless on button is unavailable. To appear this function here you have to turn on the wireless adapter

With WMC you can quickly adjust laptop settings according to your purpose. E.g. For presentation your laptop stays awake and system notifications, screen saver are turned off. You can also adjust the speaker volume.

Windows Mobility Center Availability:

By default, the Windows Mobility Center feature is only enabled and available on laptops, notebooks, and tablet PCs.

Laptop running the Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions

In windows 8 Windows Mobility Center is only available in the Windows RT, Windows 8 Pro, and Windows 8 Enterprise editions.

Access the Windows Mobility Center:

In windows 7 you can access it with the keyboard shortcut – Windows + x

In Windows 8.1 right-click the Start button and select Mobility Center option from the menu.

Enable Windows Mobility Center:

Settings in Windows Mobility Center:

Here are some of the settings you might find in Mobility Center. Remember that not all settings are available on all laptops.

To Enable Windows Mobility Center on a Desktop:

As I said above, Windows Moblity Center is only available for Laptop. But if  you want to use it on Desktop, then you have to manually enable from windows registry. But for your convenient, I am giving you readymade file which enable or disable it.

 Note: Take the backup of Windows Registry before following these steps. To take backup follow the steps in my previous post.

To Disable Windows Mobility Center on a Desktop

If you no longer want to use WMC, then restore the Windows Registry. To restore follow the steps which are in my previous post.

Windows Mobility Center – One Tool to Control your laptops Hardware

July 26, 2014  / Posted By - Kiran Patil