Access to their Control Panel Windows 10 from File Explorer is possible with a hack in the registry. Below we will see in detail how you can do it.
In an effort to do the Windows 10 more user-friendly, Microsoft decided to move many of the settings to the new Settings panel, slowly hiding the older Windows Control Panel. Although the Settings work perfectly, there are times when one wants to access the Control Panel.
There is a lot he can use to make his Checklist Windows 10 easily accessible. Perhaps one of the most useful is to add access to the Control Panel to the list of available disks and services in Windows 10 File Explorer. This requires a subtle modification of the Windows registry and a class ID (CLSID).
When the gadget opens, follow the path:
We need to create a new key in the NameSpace folder. Right-click the NameSpace folder, select New, and then Key from the context menu, as shown in the image.
You will now need to enter one of the following CLSID codes in the key you just created.
The first CLSID code will display the Control Panel as categories as shown below:
The second CLSID code will display the large icons of the Control Panel Windows 10, as shown below:
The choice of the Control Pane view you want to add is entirely up to you.
Enter the CLSID code, then exit regedit.
Open their File Explorer Windows 10 in the folder This computer and you will have direct access to the Control Panel located in the Devices and Drives section, as shown below.
Because access to Control Panel is part of File Explorer, you can right-click Control Panel and pin the link to the Quick Access list, as shown below
You can also pin the Control Panel to the Start menu if you wish.