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ms-settings Commands in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

ms-settings Commands in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

The Settings app in Windows 10 replaces the classic Control Panel. It consists of many pages and inherits a lot of classic settings. Almost every Settings page has its own URI, which stands for Uniform Resource Identifier. This allows you to open any Settings page directly with a special command. In this article, I would like to share the list of Settings pages URIs (ms-settings) available in Windows 10 versions 1709 "Fall Creators Update".

Create Shortcut to Open Any Settings Page in Windows 10

Create Shortcut to Open Any Settings Page in Windows 10

The Settings app in Windows 10 replaces the classic Control Panel. It consists of many pages and inherits a lot of classic settings. Almost every Settings page has its own URI, which stands for Uniform Resource Identifier. This allows you to open any Settings page directly with a special command. You can use this ability to create a shortcut for any page of Settings. Here is how.

ms-settings Commands in Windows 10 Creators Update

ms-settings Commands in Windows 10 Creators Update

The Settings app in Windows 10 replaces the classic Control Panel. It consists of many pages and inherits a lot of classic settings. Almost every Settings page has its own URI, which stands for Uniform Resource Identifier. This allows you to open any Settings page directly with a special command. In this article, I would like to share the list of Settings pages URIs (ms-settings) available in Windows 10 versions 1704 "Creators Update".

Open various Settings pages directly in Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Open various Settings pages directly in Windows 10 Anniversary Update

The Settings app in Windows 10 replaces the classic Control Panel. It consists of many pages and inherits a lot of classic settings. Almost every Settings page has its own URI, which stands for Uniform Resource Identifier. This allows you to open any Settings page directly with a special command. In our previous article, we covered the list of ms-settings commands for Windows 10 RTM. Here is the updated list for Windows 10 Anniversary Update.