Windows 10 to include drag & drop Quick Actions buttons

Microsoft reportedly adding drag & drop functionality for Quick Actions on Action Center for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

New Action Center for Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Alongside with a new redesigned version of Action Center and a number of a new features, Microsoft is now reportedly also working on adding more customization options that will arrive with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Redstone).

According to WinBeta, the software giant is already testing on internal builds a new drag-and-drop functionality to allow you to arrange Quick Actions any way you like.

In addition, it’s said that Microsoft is planning to allow you to add and remove as many Quick Actions buttons as you like, suggesting that you’ll be able to select to show only the buttons you want to see in Action Center.

Windows 10 new drag and drop Quick Actions button in Action Center

The new changes should make it easier for users to place any actions buttons on any other, thus improving the user experience and making it more personal. Currently, in the public version of Windows 10, users can only change the first row of action buttons and any configuration has to be done through the Settings app, which makes the experience very limited.

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