What Are The Control Panel Shortcut Commands?

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As we all know, the commands help us a lot saves a lot of time. As the control panel is full of settings and configuration. I need to know all the possible ways to open if it is available. Thank you in advance.

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What Are The Control Panel Shortcut Commands?

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If you are bored of Start menu control panel or lost your mouse/ broken or something else, these three commands are must to know. There are three ways you can open the control panel. Control panel shortcut commands will grant you quick access if you are a regular user of the control panel, and they are as follows: –

  • Windows key and the X key. This will open a pop-menu with a lot of programs to access, and the Control Panel is listed in it.
  • Tap the notification tab available on the bottom right corner and you will find the setting option available in it.
  • Windows + R to open a command prompt and type control panel.
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What Are The Control Panel Shortcut Commands?

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In Windows, the Control Panel is a component that allows users to access, view, and change most of the computer’s settings and consists of a pack of applets. There are many different ways how you can open the Control Panel. First option is from the Start menu. Just click the “Start” button on the left bottom corner of the screen then select “Control Panel.”

Second option is from the search field. Click “Start” or hit the Windows key then type either of the following commands in the search field:

  • control
  • control panel

In the search results, click “Control Panel.” Third option is using the “Run” dialog. Press the Windows key + R to bring up the “Run” dialog then type either of the following commands then hit Enter:

  • control
  • control panel

Either of the command will open the Control Panel window. Fourth option is from the command prompt. Press the Windows key + R to bring up the “Run” dialog then type without quotes “cmd” and then hit Enter to open the command prompt. Alternatively, you can click “Start,” “All Programs,” “Accessories” then select “Command Prompt.”

In the command prompt window, type either of the following commands then hit Enter:

  • control
  • control panel

Another option is from the Windows Task Manager. Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open the Task Manager. In Windows Task Manager window, click “File” then “New Task (Run…).” In “Create New Task” dialog, type either of the following commands then hit Enter:

  • control
  • control panel

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