HERE’S HOW YOU CAN CREATE CUSTOM DESKTOP ICONS TO OPEN THE WINDOWS 10 SETTINGS APP AT A SPECIFIC SETTING
Need to see Windows 10’s log of your I/O use — the Data Usage application in Settings — by essentially clicking or tapping on the Desktop? Empower or impair your amplifier with two ticks? Kill your webcam? Deal with your Wi-Fi settings? It’s simple.
A basic expansion of a splendid hack by Lucas (@Whistler4Ever), distributed by Sergey Tkachenko at WinAero, and uncovered by Steven Parker at Neowin gives you a simple approach to put a symbol on your Windows 10 Desktop screen that opens to pretty much any Settings page, where you can change a setting in a nonce.
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Here’s the means by which to make it work:
- Right-snap or tap and hold any clear place on the Windows 10 Desktop.
- Pick New > Shortcut.
- Pick one of the ms-settings applications recorded beneath and sort it into the information box. For instance, to go to the Data Usage application, sort ms-settings:datausage in the crate stamped Type the area of the thing.
- Snap next, give the alternate way a name, and snap Finish.
Another easy route shows up on your desktop. Double tap or tap it, and the Settings application shows up.