Microsoft is trying to transfer Windows 10 customers from the common Control Panel to the Settings app. According to a report, Microsoft had plans to redirect customers to the Settings app after they visited System settings by means of the Control Panel in preview builds from earlier this yr, and now the most recent Windows 10 October 2020 replace has made it official. It additionally states that future Windows 10 updates can even cease opening pages within the Control Panel and use the fashionable Settings app as an alternative.
The Windows 10 October 2020 replace comes with model 2009 and isn’t accessible to all customers as of but. It brings a bunch of modifications to Windows 10, together with migrating customers from the Control Panel to the Windows Settings app. A report by Windows Latest states that the System web page in Control Panel not exhibits system info within the Control Panel window. Instead, it takes customers to the About web page within the Settings app. The replace additionally permits customers to repeat info accessible on the About web page.
In a separate report, the publication factors out that within the newest preview builds, Microsoft has eliminated the power to right-click throughout the File Explorer and open the now-retired System web page of the Control Panel. CLSID-based IDs and third-party apps have been blocked as nicely and customers will not be capable to launch the System applet of the Control Panel utilizing Open Shell and Classic Shell.
It goes on to state that Microsoft is testing a flag that can take customers accessing the “Programs and Features” web page in Control Panel to the Apps & Features web page within the fashionable Settings app as an alternative. Microsoft will probably retire different pages of the Control Panel as nicely with future Windows 10 updates. Microsoft’s clarification for that is that the Settings app already has the capabilities that these retired Control Panel applets deliver, as per the report.
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