Microsoft wants to move Windows 10 users from the regular control panel to the Settings app. According to a report, Microsoft had plans to redirect users to the Settings app when they go to the system settings via the control panel in the preview build from earlier this year and now the latest Windows 10 October 2020 update made it official has made it. It also states that future Windows 10 updates will also prevent pages from opening in the control panel and instead use the modern Settings app.
Windows 10 october 2020 update The version comes with 2009 and is not yet available to all users. This brings a host of changes to Windows 10, including migrating users from the control panel to the Windows Settings app. a Report good Windows states by the latest that the system page in the control panel no longer shows system information in the control panel window. Instead, it takes users almost to the page in the Settings app. The update allows users to copy the information available on the About page.
In a different Report goodThe publication states that in the latest preview, Microsoft Removed the ability to right-click within the file explorer and open the now-retired system page of the control panel. CLSID-based IDs and third-party applications are also blocked and users will not be able to launch the control panel’s system applet using Open Shell and Classic Shell.
It states that Microsoft is testing a flag that will lead users to the Applications and Features page in the Modern Settings app rather than accessing the “Programs and Features” page in the control panel. Microsoft will likely retire with future Windows 10 updates, along with other pages in the control panel. Microsoft’s explanation is that the Settings app already has functions that these retired control panel applets bring up as reported.
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