Settings from the run command

Windows Settings

Windows 8.1 through to Windows 10 configuration settings can be tricky to find

WIndows 10 has opted to discontinue the use of the control panel in favour of the settings screen.

Sometimes options are deep in the menu structure, however most are searchable.

It can be handy to know some important run commands for certain settings

Here are some useful run commands that are easy to remember and important for basic OS configuration. There are more, but these for me are the most useful.

You can of course search using Cortana and most settings options will show.

Date and Time

ms-settings:dateandtime

Lockscreen

ms-settings:lockscreen

Notifications

ms-settings:notifications

Privacy

ms-settings:privacy

WIndows Update

ms-settings:windowsupdate

Display

ms-settings:display

Network

ms-settings:network
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Author: Dan

IT Expert & System Administrator.

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