How to Open Specific Settings Page Directly In Windows 10

Learn how to launch the built-in Settings pages in Windows 10 using Run command. Open specific Windows 10 Settings using commands, open specific Settings directly in Windows 10

If you have successfully installed Windows 10 on your new PC or upgraded to Windows 10 from the previous version of Windows then you must have noticed that the Windows 10 Settings app is exceptionally managing most of the system customization and personalization tasks which people were generally doing through the Control Panel in all other previous versions of Windows.

In Windows 10, the Settings app contains some very helpful customization options like System settings, Devices, Network & Internet, Accounts, Times & Language, Ease of Access, Privacy settings, and Updates & Security settings etc. So whenever you want to perform changes on your Windows 10 PC, you can do easily by accessing the Windows 10 Settings app.

open specific settings directly in windows 10

But if you don’t want to access the Settings app quite frequently and looking for some quick ways to open specific settings directly in Windows 10 then this tutorial will genuinely help you. Because in today’s Windows 10 guide, I am going to share a complete list of Windows 10 Settings page and its commands (URI) to open specific settings directly on Windows 10 computer.

How to Open Settings in Windows 10 Using Commands

The Microsoft developer network has published the list of URI (uniform resource identifier) that target specific settings apps in Windows 10. With the help of these commands, you can directly open the built-in settings pages in Windows 10 PC.

Accessing Settings page in Windows 10 using Run command is a quite simple process and doesn’t require any extra setup. Here’s the step by steps instructions to open specific Windows 10 settings using commands:

First of all, press Windows + R keys together to bring up the Run dialog box.

After that, copy and paste the command in the Run dialog box for the settings you want to open, and simply click on OK.

windows 10 settings page

Just after the click, your desired settings page will appear on your Windows 10 computer screen (as shown in below screenshot).

windows 10 settings

That’s it! Now start customization according to your wish.

The best advantage of using commands in order to open specific settings page in Windows 10 is that you will have not to find and open several links under the settings app. Only your have to type the desired command in the Run dialog box and the settings page will be in front of you. Let’s have a look at the list of 60+ Windows 10 Settings Page and Commands:

Windows 10 Settings Page and Commands

Settings Page

Battery Saver ms-settings:batterysaver
Battery use ms-settings:batterysaver-usagedetails
Battery Saver Settings ms-settings:batterysaver-settings
Bluetooth ms-settings:bluetooth
Colors ms-settings:colors
Data Usage ms-settings:datausage
Date and Time ms-settings:dateandtime
Closed Captioning ms-settings:easeofaccess-closedcaptioning
High Contrast ms-settings:easeofaccess-highcontrast
Magnifier ms-settings:easeofaccess-magnifier
Narrator ms-settings:easeofaccess-narrator
Keyboard ms-settings:easeofaccess-keyboard
Mouse ms-settings:easeofaccess-mouse
Other Options (Ease of Access) ms-settings:easeofaccess-otheroptions
Lockscreen ms-settings:lockscreen
Offline maps ms-settings:maps
Airplane mode ms-settings:network-airplanemode
Proxy ms-settings:network-proxy
VPN ms-settings:network-vpn
Notifications & actions ms-settings:notifications
Account info ms-settings:privacy-accountinfo
Calendar ms-settings:privacy-calendar
Contacts ms-settings:privacy-contacts
Other Devices ms-settings:privacy-customdevices
Feedback ms-settings:privacy-feedback
Location ms-settings:privacy-location
Messaging ms-settings:privacy-messaging
Microphone ms-settings:privacy-microphone
Motion ms-settings:privacy-motion
Radios ms-settings:privacy-radios
Speech, inking, & typing ms-settings:privacy-speechtyping
Camera ms-settings:privacy-webcam
Region & language ms-settings:regionlanguage
Speech ms-settings:speech
Windows Update ms-settings:windowsupdate
Work access ms-settings:workplace
Connected devices ms-settings:connecteddevices
For developers ms-settings:developers
Display ms-settings:display
Mouse & touchpad ms-settings:mousetouchpad
Cellular ms-settings:network-cellular
Dial-up ms-settings:network-dialup
DirectAccess ms-settings:network-directaccess
Ethernet ms-settings:network-ethernet
Mobile hotspot ms-settings:network-mobilehotspot
Wi-Fi ms-settings:network-wifi
Manage Wi-Fi Settings ms-settings:network-wifisettings
Optional features ms-settings:optionalfeatures
Family & other users ms-settings:otherusers
Personalization ms-settings:personalization
Backgrounds ms-settings:personalization-background
Colors ms-settings:personalization-colors
Start ms-settings:personalization-start
Power & sleep ms-settings:powersleep
Proximity ms-settings:proximity
Display ms-settings:screenrotation
options ms-settings:signinoptions
Storage Sense ms-settings:storagesense
Themes ms-settings:themes
Typing ms-settings:typing
Tablet mode ms-settings://tabletmode/
Privacy ms-settings:privacy

Thus, you can see how simple is to open specific settings page directly in Windows 10 PC. I am quite sure, you liked this Windows 10 help tutorial and the list of Windows 10 settings page and its commands.

If you think that I have missed a particular setting to mention in the above list of Windows 10 settings page and Commands then please let us know through the comments. Also, share with us – which Windows 10 settings page do you open so frequently using the Run command?

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2 thoughts on “How to Open Specific Settings Page Directly In Windows 10”

  1. Hello Amit,
    A nice and simple looking blog you’ve got here and i love it for that. Its actually my first visit to your blog and i can see you’re doing awesome here, keep it up.

    This is also a very great tutorial. I’ve not yet installed the new windows 10 on system, I’m still making use of windows 8 but have been hearing so many amazing stuffs about Windows 10 and i think i should check it out soon.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. The old computer had the volume up down and mute keys.

    How can I get function keys 9 10 and 11 to do that?

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