Windows 11 doesn’t have an Action Center like Windows 10. It still retains the functionality of the Action Center, but breaks it down into two separate sections called “Quick Settings” and “Notifications Center.”
There’s no longer a notifications icon at the bottom-right of the taskbar. Instead, you need to click on the date and time. Clicking there pulls out two separate docks — one for calendar and one for notifications. Alternatively, you can press Windows + N to pull out the notifications panel. The experience isn’t terrible, but different from the Action Center.
Moreover, the “Quick Settings” menu replaces the bottom part of the Action Center. The Windows 10 Action Center offered a full range of options including screen snip and the options for connecting to other devices.
On the other hand, “Quick Settings” only has a handful of options including Focus Assist, Airplane Mode, and an Accessibility menu. You can still add more options to “Quick Settings,” but you’ll need to do that manually by clicking on the pencil icon at the bottom.