How to Enable or Disable Windows Mobility Center on Windows 11

Let’s see the two methods to do this task on Windows 11. Pick the one you want.

How to Enable or Disable Windows Mobility Center using Local Group Policy Editor

Here are the steps:

Open local group policy editor.

Navigate to the Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Mobility Center.

Then double-click “Turn off Windows Mobility Center” in the right pane.

To enable Windows Mobility Center, select Not Configured or Disabled. Select Enabled to disable it.

Hit the OK button.

That’s all.

See: How to Turn Off Taskbar Right-Click Menu

How to Enable or Disable Windows Mobility Center on Windows 11 using Registry Editor

Here are the steps:

Open Registry Editor. I suggest a Registry backup before continuing.

Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies.

Hit MobilityCenter. If you can’t find it, you will have to create it. Here’s how: right-click on the Policies key and select New > Key. Press the Enter key after typing MobilityCenter as the name.

Right-click on the blank space in the right pane.

Select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value.

Enter NoMobilityCenter as a name and then press the Enter key.

Double-click it and enter 1 (to disable) or 0 (to enable) in the Value data field.

Hit the OK button.

That’s it.

Note: Here’s an alternative: To enable Windows Mobility Center, you can also remove the DWORD you created above.

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