Microsoft continues to transfer tools from the old Windows Control Panel to the modern Control Panel Windows 10 located in Settings. This time he transferred the disk management tool, and to match their UI Windows 10, changed his appearance.
Since Microsoft introduced the new settings in Windows 8, users have been confused as some tools have been duplicated.
Use the new modern Windows configuration interface, or the old Control Panel tools they've known for so long?
Then Microsoft announced that it would move the control panel tools to its modern settings page Windows 10. Years have passed and the company is still in transit.
The new version of Windows 10 for Insiders (build 20197), Microsoft has added a modern utility called 'Manage Disks and Partitions' or 'Manage Disks and Volumes' that seems to fit the Settings better.
This new tool allows its users Windows 10 view all disk information, create and format partitions, and rename each drive.
The new tool is in the path: Settings - System - Storage and click Manage Disks and Partitions.
Microsoft has stated that it does not currently replace the existing disk management tool. So Windows users will still be able to use it if they want to.