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Lost My Action Center & Brightness Adjustment

My OS Wins 10 Pro Ver. 1903 display adapter Intel (R) HD Graphics 4600. My system is operating perfectly but I can'[t locate or get to my "brightness adjustment'. I'm thinking something must have gotten disabled .

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The 4600 is common in laptops.

But you omitted what your PC is so my answer will be generic.

Head to your laptop maker's page on drivers and apps and look for their OSD or control apps. I can't use the words the maker uses since, you left out key details.

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Lost Action Center

Sorry about that Robert ….I'm operating on HP ProDesk 600 G1 I5 4570 Quad

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That's not a laptop.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-prodesk-600-g1-small-form-factor-pc/5387447 has this PC's drivers but for monitor brightness that could be from the monitor maker.

Most monitors until recently did not use an app but buttons on the display.

As such we'll need the make and model of the monitor. But you can speed things along by checking the monitor's support and driver page yourself.

-> Windows 10 Action Center brightness depends on drivers specific to your machine and monitor. Also, W10 may not get these for us and an OS update can have you repeat what you did when you installed the OS.

Tell more about the monitor.
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Model is LG E1911T-BN 18.5in 5ms DVI LED....I did have the "action ctr." and "brightness adj." so I won't take up anymore of your time and will raise this issue with Msft. as I know to well Win 10 can be flaky. Thx. for your time

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