How get All Settings back into Action Center?


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Mayhap I'm a Luddite and dumbing down the Action Center to the point of uselessness is a brilliant move, but Is there a way to get the "All Settings" back in the Windows 11 AC?

And YES, I KNOW I can go all the way to the other side and right click, but I'm curious what significant productivity upgrade was associated with taking it away from the Action Center?
 

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Hello Gracie, :-)

All Settings should be in your Quick Settings menu (Win+A) like below.

All_Settings.jpg
 

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To go straight to Quick Settings Win+A then right click on a black space at the bottom see red arrow and click edit quick actions
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I like just right-clicking the Start button then choose Settings.

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Yes, Berton, as I said, I CAN go all the way over there and open a context menu, BUT WHY? It WORKED as it was. WHY did they change stuff that worked, to make it LESS workable, just for the sake of CHANGING stuff? WHO were they IMPROVING the UI for?

SAME exact thing with the right click on the taskbar to get the Task Manager - same EXACT question... WHO does this "go all the way to the start button and bring up a context menu" IMPROVE the UI for?

Change that's MORE productive is good. Change just for the sake of change or to "make the <whatever> more trendy" is stupid. This smells a lot like Vista and Windows 8 all over again.
 

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Maybe I'll get my diploma from SHK one of these days.
Win10 left click Start + left click Settings =
Win11 right click Start + left click Settings =
 

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I'm not sure where SHK is, but I'm sure if you keep at it eventually you'll get a diploma.

STILL the same questions... In what way did making changes just for the sake of saying you changed something IMPROVE the UI?

How many million people had 5+ years of using a system that worked "this" way, and worked reasonably well, to have it uprooted is a dozen small, niggling way, for no apparent improvement.

And I'm not sure what "Win10 left click Start + left click Settings =" means, but in my world it was "click action center button - Settings"

In any case, it is what it is, but it would be nice to hear a rationale for WHY they would make some of the changes they did...
 

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SHK is a very expensive school called the School of Hard Knocks, lots of people learn there but unfortunately many more don't.

What the 1 click + 1 click means is that it takes 2 clicks to get to the same place whether on Win10 or Win11.
 

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All Settings is still in the action centre, and is invoked as in Windows 10.
Like @Brink posted above, do exactly as you would in Windows 10: Open Action Centre, then click settings.
 

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Is there a way to get the "All Settings" back in the Windows 11 AC?
Sorry, I don't follow. It's the same in 11 as 10, one click to open Action Center, a second click to open All Settings.

Action centre - Settings W10.pngAction centre - Settings W11.png
 

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@GracieAllen If you want 11 to be like 10, there are a couple of good apps to this I use ExplorerPatcher.
MS think that what they are doing is better for users ( remains to be seen )
Win 10 quick actions did have a lot more options, some I miss
 

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OK, it's the same number of clicks... Still waiting for the answer to "How does this change make the UI better?" And just because we WANT something different IS NOT a valid reason.
 

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Still waiting for the answer to "How does this change make the UI better?" And just because we WANT something different IS NOT a valid reason.
IMO, pretty sure we will not get an answer to that question, especially on here from Microsoft.

This particular subject has been asked about, chatted about, critiqued from one end to another, a bit like flogging a dead horse.

Hopefully when hell freezes over, Microsoft may justify their decisions on their software to us all.
 

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