List of ms-settings URI commands to open specific settings in Windows 10

This wiki document lists ms-settings URI commands that you can use to open any settings page in Windows 10 Control Panel. You can use the command via the Run dialog. For example, to open Printers & Scanners panel you can just type this command:- ms-settings:Printers & scanners

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    How to use the URI commands

    Here some different examples for using ms-setting commands:


    Discussion (19)

    1. ms-settings:easeofaccess-cursorandpointersize doesn't seem to function anymore after the Windows 10 2004 update. How can we find out the new URL or does anyone have a working alternative? Thanks in advance.

    2. I’m looking for a way to make a shortcut or a URI command to toggle the Taskbar Settings -> Combine taskbar buttons dropdown box, is this possible?

    3. I am a beginner with rust and every time I think I have a clue I just haven't gone far enough with it, but it seems to be a good way to run Windows commands of various sorts from WSL or a command shell or probably even the Windows run dialog or the start menu. Definitely a work in progress – the code isn't even on github – but it works. I wrote some notes about it here.

      Rust Command Line Tool to Access Windows Features and Commands –


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