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Aug 21, 2019, 9:00 am EST| 1 min read
Windows 10 still contains the Control Panel. Some settings appear only in the Control Panel, some in the Settings app, & some in both. Here’s how lớn find the Control Panel, which is a little more hidden than it was on Windows 7.
On Windows 7, you could click the Start button and click “Control Panel.” On Windows 8 & 8.1, you could right-click the Start button or press Windows+X và click “Control Panel.” Neither of those methods works on the latest version of Windows.
Still, launching the Control Panel on Windows 10 is very easy: click the Start button or press the Windows key, type “Control Panel” into the search box in the Start menu, and press Enter. Windows will search for and mở cửa the Control Panel application.
If you use the Control Panel frequently, right-click the Control Panel’s taskbar icon after launching it & select “Pin to lớn Taskbar.” You can then easily launch it from your taskbar.
You can create a desktop shortcut to lớn the Control Panel, too. Xuất hiện the Start menu, scroll down lớn the bottom of the Apps menu in the left pane, & click the “Windows System” folder. Drag và drop the “Control Panel” shortcut to lớn your desktop.
You also have other ways lớn run the Control Panel. For example, you can press Windows+R to xuất hiện a Run dialog & then type either “control” or “control panel” and press Enter.
This command can be run from a Command Prompt or PowerShell window, too.
You often won’t need khổng lồ access the Control Panel directly—that’s what Microsoft is counting on. Even while you’re using the Settings application, many settings pages liên kết to individual Control Panel applets that offer additional settings.
Even the new địa chỉ cửa hàng or Remove Programs pane in Settings links to the classic Programs & Features tool, also known as the “Uninstall or change a program” pane.