Microsoft Teases Windows 10 Redstone 3’s “Control Center” Feature
Microsoft released Windows 10 build 16199 a few hours ago, and in addition to a bunch of improvements to the operating system, the company has also presented one of the new features that are likely to go live with the Fall Creators Updates in September.
Called Control Center, the new feature can easily be spotted by the settings cog icon in the System Tray, which appears alongside the Action Center that’s already implemented in Windows 10.
With the Control Center, Microsoft is trying to offer users a single hub for the most important settings in Windows 10, many of which are already available in the Action Center, like tablet mode, location, quiet hours, battery saver, night light, mobile hotspot, and airplane mode.
Additionally, there’s also a display brightness slider, as well as shortcuts to all settings, network, connect, project, and VPN.