In Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Action Center which combines all your notifications into one area and also includes some handy quick-launch shortcuts.
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A video published by Microsoft shows two new additions to Action Center: a flashlight and a new app entitled 'Quick Note', both of which will be of use to users of Windows 10 on mobile.
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New information about Windows Phone 8.1 is constantly being revealed through the leaked SDK, and now it's understood that the Action Center will be able to show up to 20 notifications from each app.
If you want to get a look at Windows Phone 8.1 upcoming notification center, we have posted a video of the feature after the jump that gives us the best look yet at the ‘Action Center'.