Windows Mobility Center, is a component of Microsoft Windows, first included in Windows Vista. It allows centralized view of the most relevant information related to the use of a mobile computer.
Mobility Center features a string of buttons, each of which contains information about the component of the system, as well as the actions that can be made with this component. What buttons will appear – depends entirely on the system. Windows Vista and Windows 7 contains the following buttons:
Adjusting the brightness
Setting up and sound off
Battery status and the choice of energy-saving plan
Wireless network status
Synchronization with other computers
Additional components may be added.
Windows Mobility Center is located in the control panel and can also be started using the keyboard shortcut Win + X. It is not available to non-mobile computers, though it can be added using the registry key.
Windows Mobility Center is included in all editions of Windows, except Starter.
Windows Mobility Center can be changed by using the extensions called “Tiley.” This change can only be OEM-partners, according to the documentation from Microsoft, but some extensions are available on the network as not-OEM.