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    Quick Settings not opening properly

    by mjw7265222 ·

    I can no longer access Quick Settings in Windows 11 the way I used to to see available wifi networks. If I use Win+A, the action center will open and the available wifi networks, volume, etc. can be accessed. Before, I could click on the network icon or the sound icon and it would open. Now it won’t open that way. Clicking on the sound icon just opens the volume setting for the speaker, and clicking on the network icon opens a gray block which quickly disappears. Win+A opens everything, so I know Quick Settings is working. It’s just accessing it that is the problem. Can anyone help?

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    • #3970790

      Re: quick settings

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Quick Settings not opening properly

      Sounds like a bug. What version of Windows exactly do you run?
      I assume winver in command mode still works in Windows 11.

    • #3970819

      I was just reading about Quick Settings.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Quick Settings not opening properly

      It’s unlikely to be an issue that you caused. That is, Microsoft is still working, changing this area. Since a huge patch came out yesterday, get Windows 11 updated and then report the bug to Microsoft.

      • #3970821

        Reply To: Quick Settings not opening properly

        by mjw7265222 ·

        In reply to I was just reading about Quick Settings.

        I installed the update already on both my machines. Nothing changed- one works, the other doesn’t.

        • #3970826

          Let’s cover other W11 failures I run into.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to Reply To: Quick Settings not opening properly

          I’m running into weird W11 issues on a few computers. They share something in common. They were upgraded from W10. Clients will not pay anyone to dig deep so the fix so far has been to clean install W11.

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