Windows 1909 - Disabled Quick actions

  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10

    Windows 1909 - Disabled Quick actions

    Hi All,

    I am so confused I have tried everything I could, I am having an issue with my Quick actions being disabled (using an image online to show you what I currently have)

    Windows 1909 - Disabled Quick actions-quickactionsdisabled.png

    and not able to click on them. also my notification center seems to open quickly and close soon after not sure why but ive tried going into the regedit for the action center and quick action and setting it as enabled. using the following post.

    Enable or Disable Action Center in Windows 10

    I just have no other solution hence why I have decided to ask for help

    thanks all
      My Computer

  2. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 31,170
    Win 10 Pro (1903)

    Welcome to tenforums.

    Do you have a suitable system restore point or disk image you can use to restore your PC to a previous good state?
    (tenforums members tirelessly recommend the routine use of disk imaging e.g. Macrium Reflect (free/paid) + external storage for image files so you can often restore your system to a good state quickly without tech. help.

    History: what led to this happening?
    - some update? (which?)
    - some action on your part (what?)
    - suddenly one day it was like this with no apparent cause
    - a power outage
    - the cat walked across the keyboard

    - any clues could help.

    If you create a new user for test purposes and log in as that user, do you see the same thing?

    This is important, as if you do, it's something general to Windows, and if not, it's a user account setting or corruption which suggesting an in-place upgrade repair or DISM or SFC will not fix.
      My Computers


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