Microsoft is working on an update to the built-in Windows 10 Settings app. The feature is already available to a small select group of Windows Insiders. If you are not part of that group, here is how to force enable the new header.
Microsoft is working on an update to the built-in Windows 10 Settings app, which may get a fancy header soon. The feature is already available to a small select group of Windows Insiders.
Starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the Settings app of Windows 10 shows tips and suggestions. It is able to promote certain features like linking your phone. Many users are not happy to see these ads in the Settings app. Here are two ways to get rid of them.
By default, the Settings app shows various tips, links to online tutorials and also videos for pages you open. Depending on your display size, they can appear below the page controls or on the right. If you find them useless or annoying, you can hide them.
In this article, we will see how to add any page of Settings to the context menu in Windows 10. So you can try out this ability, we will create a special context menu with categories of the Settings app and add it to the Desktop.
Windows 10 is getting a refined UI for the built-in Settings app. The new appearance of the app received a lot transparency and blur, featuring all the elements of Microsoft's very own design language, known as "Fluent Design". Here is how it looks.
Windows 10 includes two management tools which have most of its options and settings. The classic Control Panel is one of them and the other one is the modern Settings app. In Windows 10 Build 16251, Settings is updated with Fluent Design.
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.
Yet another feature of Windows 10 Creators Update is the ability to hide certain pages of the Settings app. To hide Settings pages, Windows 10 offers a new Group Policy which can be configured using gpedit.msc or Registry. Here is how it can be done.