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When using a notebook, there are certain options you want quick access too. Windows Mobility Center is a great solution for your notebook needs.

In this guide we will learn how to get to the Mobility Center and how to use it.

Where Do I Start?

Open the Mobility Center with Windows Key+X.

mobility center

Your mobility center will likely look different as I am using a Dell laptop.

What Options Do I have?

You can change screen brightness, battery power options, volume, wireless on/off, external display mode etc.

Have fun and play around with the options!



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12 thoughts on “Use the Mobility Center on a Vista Notebook”

  1. DJEJE991 says:

    Mine looks different, and has more items. THANKS!

  2. DJEJE991 says:

    Mine looks different, and has more items. THANKS!

  3. DJEJE991 says:

    Mine looks different, and has more items. THANKS!

  4. Warner says:

    I have this on my Sony VAIO laptop and it’s very useful. I had no idea!

  5. Warner says:

    I have this on my Sony VAIO laptop and it’s very useful. I had no idea!

  6. Warner says:

    I have this on my Sony VAIO laptop and it’s very useful. I had no idea!

  7. J Raymond says:

    Just what I need!

  8. J Raymond says:

    Just what I need!

  9. J Raymond says:

    Just what I need!

  10. Mel says:

    Nice to have all this in one place! Wish this was the case for XP!

  11. Mel says:

    Nice to have all this in one place! Wish this was the case for XP!

  12. Mel says:

    Nice to have all this in one place! Wish this was the case for XP!

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