As early as 2015, Microsoft promised that Windows 10 settings would eventually replace the control panel, but the control panel is still a very important part of the operating system. Since the introduction of Metro style Windows 8, users have had to awkwardly ground two different ways of controlling settings. One is a control panel based on Microsoft legacy components and Win32, and the other is a modern new PC setup interface sufficient to meet personalized requirements.
It's not a big deal, but believe Microsoft is taking steps to address this discrepancy and decommission the control panel to replace modern alternatives.
Microsoft has said it will replace the System applet in the control panel with modern settings applications, but it has proved that it is still unable to get rid of traditional components. In fact, Microsoft has not removed the control panel system applet. It is still integrated in Windows 10, and users can bypass the mandatory redirection to the modern settings application and access the System applet in the control panel again.
To access the old classic control panel based Properties menu in Windows 10 version 20h2, follow these steps:
Or you can paste it in the address ba
If you manually navigate to the control panel, click
Obviously, Microsoft has no easy way to remove all legacy components. For now, the company is just trying to hide legacy options to simplify the setup experience.
In fact, we are likely to see more control panel pages disappear with modern alternatives. However, Microsoft will not completely delete these pages, and these techniques will always work.