Commands to Open Specific Settings Page in Windows 10

If you are using Windows 10, you must be noticed that it has replaced classic control panel program. Windows 10 comes with built-in Settings Page. Users have so many options to customize by using the Settings page in Windows 10 as per their need. By using the key combination of “Win + I” from our keyboard, you can open Windows 10 Setting App. To customize Windows 10, you need to open specific settings page. In this post you will see the list of commands that you can use to open specific settings page in Windows 10. It is very easy to execute below commands from “This PC address bar’ or “Run dialog box (Win + R)”. Below commands are actually known as a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) which are unique addresses to identify specific pages in Windows 10 Settings app.

Open Specific Settings Page By Commands

open specific settings page

Commands

Page Will Open

ms-settings: Settings Main Page

System Settings

ms-settings:display Display
ms-settings:notifications Notifications & actions
ms-settings:nightlight Night light settings
ms-settings:powersleep Power & sleep
ms-settings:batterysaver-usagedetails Battery usage by app
ms-settings:batterysaver-settings Battery saver settings
ms-settings:batterysaver Battery
ms-settings:storagesense Storage
ms-settings:tabletmode Tablet mode
ms-settings:about About
ms-settings:crossdevice Shared experiences
ms-settings:remotedesktop Remote Desktop
ms-settings:project Projecting to this PC
ms-settings:mobile-devices Phone

Network & Internet

ms-settings:network-status Status
ms-settings:network-wifi Wi-Fi
ms-settings:network-ethernet Ethernet
ms-settings:network-vpn VPN
ms-settings:network-mobilehotspot Mobile hotspot
ms-settings:network-airplanemode Airplane mode
ms-settings:datausage Data usage
ms-settings:network-proxy Proxy

Devices

ms-settings:printers Printers & scanners
ms-settings:bluetooth Bluetooth & other devices
ms-settings:devices-touchpad Touchpad
ms-settings:mousetouchpad Mouse
ms-settings:typing Typing
ms-settings:autoplay AutoPlay
ms-settings:usb USB

Personalization

ms-settings:taskbar Taskbar
ms-settings:themes Themes
ms-settings:colors Colors
ms-settings:personalization-background Background
ms-settings:lockscreen Lock screen
ms-settings:personalization-start Start

User Accounts

ms-settings:yourinfo Your info
ms-settings:signinoptions Sign-in options
ms-settings:otherusers Family & other people
ms-settings:sync Sync your settings
ms-settings:workplace Access work or school
ms-settings:emailandaccounts Email & app accounts

Apps

ms-settings:appsfeatures Apps & features
ms-settings:defaultapps Default apps
ms-settings:appsforwebsites Apps for websites
ms-settings:videoplayback Video playback
ms-settings:dateandtime Date & time
ms-settings:speech Speech
ms-settings:regionlanguage Region & language

Privacy

ms-settings:privacy-general General
ms-settings:privacy-webcam Camera
ms-settings:privacy-location Location
ms-settings:privacy-notifications Notifications
ms-settings:privacy-accountinfo Account info
ms-settings:privacy-contacts Contacts
ms-settings:privacy-email Email
ms-settings:privacy-backgroundapps Background apps
ms-settings:privacy-automaticfiledownloads Automatic file downloads

Update & security

ms-settings:windowsupdate Windows Update
ms-settings:windowsupdate-action Check for updates
ms-settings:windowsupdate-history Update history
ms-settings:windowsupdate-restartoptions Restart options
ms-settings:windowsupdate-options Advanced options
ms-settings:troubleshoot Troubleshoot
ms-settings:recovery Recovery
ms-settings:windowsdefender Windows Defender
ms-settings:backup Backup
ms-settings:activation Activation
ms-settings:developers For developers

Gaming

ms-settings:gaming-gamebar Game bar
ms-settings:gaming-gamedvr Game DVR
ms-settings:gaming-broadcasting Broadcasting
ms-settings:gaming-gamemode Game Mode
ms-settings:gaming-trueplay TruePlay
ms-settings:gaming-xboxnetworking Xbox Networking

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