NOTE: To search for local files or folders on your thin client, you can use the following guidelines:
1. On the Start Menu, click File Explorer.
2. In the upper-right corner of the window, type the name of the file or folder you are searching
for in the Quick Access search box.
You can view the search results in the File Explorer window.
Using Action Center
Action center puts important notifications from Windows and your applications right on the taskbar,
along with quick actions, which get you to your most-used settings and applications instantly.
To view your notifications and quick actions, click the Action center icon on the taskbar. You can also
press Windows logo key + A.
•Notifications at a glance: When a notification appears on your desktop or when you view it in action
center, expand it to read more or take action without having to open the related application. You can
also clear the notification by selecting and dragging it off screen to the right, or by selecting the close
•Quick Action icons: Quick Action icons take you right to the settings and applications you are likely to
use often, from Bluetooth to brightness. When you open action center you will see all your available
quick actions. Select the Expand option to see the settings and applications, which is used more
The following are the Quick Action options in the Action Center:
–Tablet Mode: Tablet mode makes Windows easier and more intuitive to use with touch on devices
such as 2–in–1s, or when you do not want to use a keyboard and mouse. To turn on tablet mode,
click the Action Center icon on the taskbar, and then select Tablet Mode.
–Connect: Use this option to connect to your wireless and bluetooth devices.
–Settings: Use this option to quickly configure some common windows settings. For more
information, see Using the Start Menu.
–VPN: Use this option to open the Network & Internet window and add or configure a VPN
–Quiet hours: Click this option, if you do not want to receive any notifications in the action center.
Grouping Applications into Desktops
Create virtual desktops, to group your applications together. In the taskbar, click the Task View icon, and
then in the New Desktop, open the applications you need.
To move applications between virtual desktops, click Task View, and then drag the application you want
from one desktop to another.
Before Configuring your Thin Clients
Unified Write Filter Utility and NetXClean Utility are meant to protect your thin clients. These utilities
prevent your thin client configurations from persisting after logoff and restart. The local settings and
profile configurations you change are removed by utilities. These utilities prevent undesired flash memory
writes and clean-up extraneous information from being stored on the local disk.