How to Enable or Disable Windows Mobility Center on Windows 11 or 10?

As we all know, Windows rolls out several features from time to time so that it can connect more with the users. In this view, Windows launched a feature called Windows Mobility Center. With the help of this, you can alter various settings like access or adjust the display brightness, mute or adjust volume, view and change Power Plans, view the remaining battery percentage, set Sync Settings, and connect to an external display. Now, in case you don’t like this feature or don’t see much use for it, you can disable it or even delete it from your computer. And the good news is that you can do it without using any third-party tool.

In this risewindows article, we are going to discuss two methods that you can use to enable or disable the Windows Mobility Center on your Windows 11/10 according to your requirements. The two ways are as follows:-

  1. Enable or Disable Windows Mobility Center using Group Policy Editor
  2. Turn On or Off Windows Mobility Center via Windows Registry

How to Enable or Disable Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11 or 10 using Group Policy Editor?

You should keep in mind that the Local Group Policy Editor is not a part of the Windows 10 home edition, which is why you need to enable gpedit.msc if you’re using one.

Now, use the following steps to turn on or off Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11/10 using Group Policy Editor:-

Step 1: Open the Run command box by pressing Windows logo + R keys simultaneously on your computer.

Step 2: In the Run Command box, type gpedit.msc and hit Enter. This will open the Local Group Policy Editor on your screen.

Step 3: Next, in the left side pane of the Local Group Policy Editor, navigate to the following:-

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Mobility Center

Step 4: Double click on the policy “Turn off Windows Mobility Center” on the right-hand section of Windows Mobility Center.

Step 5: Click on Enabled.

Step 6: Click on Apply.

Step 7: Click on OK.

Here you won’t have to reboot your computer since the policy will take effect immediately.

In case you change our mind in future and want to enable the Mobility Center again, repeat all the above steps and in step 5, click on the Not Configured option.

How to Turn On or Off Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11 or 10 via Windows Registry?

Before proceeding with the process, it is advised that you keep a full back of Windows Registry and create a system restore point beforehand. This will help you restore the previous settings in case something goes wrong.

Use the following steps to enable or disable Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11 or 10 via Windows Registry:-

Step 1: Open the Run command box by pressing Windows logo + R keys simultaneously on your computer.

Step 2: In the Run Command box, type regedit and hit Enter.

Step 3: In the search results, click on the Registry Editorto open the same.

Step 4: Now, type the following in the left side pane and press Enter:-

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies

Step 5: Choose the option New and then Keyafter right-clicking on the Policies folder.

Step 6: Rename the newly created key as MobilityCenter.

Step 7: Rename the newly created DWORD (32-bit) Value as NoMobilityCenter.

Step 8: Change the Value data of NoMobilityCenter from 0 to 1by double-clicking on it. You will find it on the right side pane of MobilityCenter.

Step 9: Click on OK.

Step 10: Finally, reboot your computer.

After completing the above steps, you will not be able to open the Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11 or 10. However, you can enable it again by browsing the following:-

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\MobilityCenter

Double-click on NoMobilityCenter on the right side of MobilityCenterAfter doing that, change its Value data from 1 to 0. Reboot your computer as the final step.

That is it.

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