Could you verify the Windows® 10 version installed on your other devices?
Checked it myself and the WiFi appears between the Action Center icon and the sound icon, note the picture below;
Experiencing the same problem in Intel Compute Stick (STCK1A32WFC). The WiFI & Airplane toggle buttons in Action Center are not being displayed. Tried to access the link you've indicated but leads to no thread. Is there a way to troubleshoot Windows 10 on why some of these buttons are not displayed? URL? Thanks.
Did post below but got no working solution received.
The troubleshooting function of Windows 10 isn't working so I'm hoping that a new driver or OS patch could be released soon to resolve this problem.
You might need to confirm this with Microsoft, but I think that is how the action center should look on this Windows® 10 home, see these examples;
As you can tell from the pictures there is no option for the WiFi.
Hi Amy, thanks for the response.
However, sorry but I know well settings of Win10 Action Center's notifications and actions, being a long time Windows Insider member and also part of UWP/appx development group.
No need for pictures because I can understand and also tried even tinkering the registry or driver level setting or command line execution
Anyway, thanks for the time. Hoping to get some driver workaround in order to recognize both my Bluetooth and WiFi drivers to enable these
in the Action Center.
Sure, you're welcome.
If you need further assistance let us know.
Before the Windows 10 Anniversary Update would be released this July 2016, I'm expecting that the driver/s for WiFI/BT combo of Realtek RTL8723BS SDIO adapter or ICS-BIOS would resolve these problems soon. Getting impatient on these reported isues and performance degrade of ICS under Windows 10. If there is an RMA here in our locality, had already returned it and maybe acquired Asus Vivostick or Google Chromecast or maybe the next gen ICS...
I may be wrong, but here's what I observed:
NUC desktop Win10 Pro connected through WiFi --> NO wifi option in Action center
Dell XPS desktop Win10 Home connected through WiFi --> NO wifi option in Action center
Asus NetBook laptop Win10 Home connected through WiFi --> HAS wifi option in Action center
Asus UltraBook laptop Win10 Home connected through WiFi --> HAS wifi option in Action center
Looks like it has to do with whether the device is detected as Mobile Device or not.
Apparantly, or rather obviously, the NUC and the XPS are not detected as Mobile Devices, so no need for advanced settings such as Airplane Mode.
If I am right, and this is by design, I wouldn't hold my breath over "that the driver/s for WiFI/BT combo of Realtek RTL8723BS SDIO adapter or ICS-BIOS would resolve these problems soon."
Thanks hegenious for the observation you've made.
I don't know if Intel or as you were saying, Microsoft (Windows 10) determines the device if it is mobile or not.
But this problem does not occur in Windows 8.1 so I assume that this maybe change of specs or as reported,
problem in driver recognition separately for Bluetooth and WiFi in Win10. In the device manager of ICS Bluetooth
does contain only the H/W connected it and there is no Realtek device there, only Microsoft drivers. Only Realtek
UART bus driver is indicated under system devices. Tried installing Intel BT driver 220.127.116.11629 and also via
Intel's driver utility but all failed to use that driver version in the said device manager coz' the driver version might
be newer (1.0.145.xxxxx)
In the devices you've reported, is the BT device indicated? Moreso, SDIO and PCIe version of the said combo might
have something to do also so I guest only Intel can clarify this matter because MS is operating in a generic sense
unless OEM provides special ones. As said Win8.1 is OK but why in Win10?