How to Open Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11

In this post, you’ll see the different methods to launch the Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11 and create a shortcut for it. Let’s start.

How to Open Windows Mobility Center using Command

With the mblctr command, you can open Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11, and you can use it with these programs:

  • Run Command
  • Command Prompt
  • Windows PowerShell
  • File Explorer address bar
  • Task Manager (click File > Run new task to use the command)

How to Launch Windows Mobility Center using Power User Menu

Open the Power User menu by right-clicking the Start button or pressing Windows and X simultaneously.

The Mobility Center option is now visible above Power Options. Click on it.

How to Open Windows Mobility Center using Start Menu

Open the Start menu and type mobility. Click on Windows Mobility Center.

How to Open Mobility Center using Control Panel

In the Control Panel, click the Adjust commonly used mobility settings link.

Note: If your Control Panel isn’t in the Category view, you’ll see the Windows Mobility Center link. Click on it.

How to Start Windows Mobility Center using Settings

Open Settings.

In the search box on the left sidebar, type mobility center, and you will find Windows Mobility Center in the results list. Click on it.

How to Open Mobility Center using File

Go to C: > Windows > System32. Double-click the mblctr file.

How to Create a Windows Mobility Center Shortcut

Here’s how to create a Windows Mobility Center shortcut on your Windows 11 desktop or File Explorer.

Right-click on the empty area of the desktop or File Explorer.

Choose “New” from the context menu, and choose “Shortcut.”

The “Create Shortcut” window will appear. Enter mblctr. Click “Next.” 

If you don’t like the name suggested, enter your own. Click “Finish.”

That’s all.

I hope this guide, “How to Open Windows Mobility Center in Windows 11,” is helpful to you.

Thanks for reading.