The Settings application is your cornerstone in Windows 10. The idea behind it is to eventually completely replace the Control Panel that you’ve known from earlier Windows versions.
The Control Panel still exists in Windows 10, but much of what used to be there is now found in the Settings app, and Microsoft has told us that the plan is to continue the shift from the Control panel until everything is eventually available in the Settings app.
How to Open Settings with Keys
1. You can open the Settings application by pressing the “Windows logo + I” keys on your keyboard.
How to How to Open Settings from Quick Links Menu
1. You can open the Settings application by pressing the “Windows logo + X” keys to bring up the Quick Links menu and then tapping’clicking on the “Settings” link.
How to How to Open Settings from Start Menu
1. You can open the Settings application from the Start menu by tapping/clicking on the “Start” button and then the “Settings” gear icon.
How to How to Open Settings from File Explorer
1. You can open the Settings application from File Explorer by tapping/clicking on “This PC” from the navigation pane and then “Computer” and the “Open Settings” link.
How to How to Open Settings from Action Center
1. You can open the Settings application from the Action Center by first expanding the menu and then tapping/clicking on the “All settings” link.
All Settings Pages
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