Windows 10 still has Control Panel or control Panel. Some of the settings are only displayed in Control Panel, so below we will see how you can find Control Panel, which is somewhat hidden and more difficult to find compared to Windows 7.
In Windows 7, you can click the "Start" button and then click "Control Panel". In Windows 8 and 8.1, you can right-click the "Start" button and click "Windows Control Panel".
Starting the Control Panel in Windows 10 is very easy: Click the Start button or press the Windows key, and type "Control Panel" or "Control Panel" in the search box, continuing with Enter. Windows will search for and open the Control Panel application.
If you frequently use the Control Panel, right-click on the Control Panel icon after it starts and select "Pin to Taskbar". This will allow you to open the application without searches.
You can also create a control panel shortcut on the Windows 10 desktop.
Open the Start menu, and at the bottom of the list of applications, click the "Windows System" folder. Drag and drop the "Control Panel" shortcut on your desktop.
Of course there are other ways to open the application. For example, you can press together [icon name = ”windows” class = ”” unprefixed_class = ””] + R to open a RUN window, then type “control” or “control panel” and press Enter.
This command can also be executed from a PowerShell window.
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