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The Windows Control Panel will soon be killed and totally replace by Settings App

As Microsoft continues to expand the Settings app in Windows 10, it’s possible that the old Control Panel’s days are numbered.

With Windows 10, Microsoft has added more of those Control Panel options to the Settings app, while maintaining the clean design and simplified language that makes it less intimidating to the average user. In cases where the Control Panel remains necessary, the Settings menu often includes direct links from the most relevant section. That makes it a much better starting point when you’re trying to configure the system.

Also writing on Twitter, Microsoft’s Gabe Aul said that getting to a single Settings menu would allow Windows to cut down on memory usage and disk space. Still, neither he nor LeBlanc gave a timeline on when the Control Panel might be retired.

“Settings will eventually supersede Control Panel,” said Brandon LeBlanc, Microsoft’s senior program manager on the Windows Insider program. LeBlanc explained on Twitter that Microsoft will keep adding more advanced options to the Settings app, with the goal of having one experience that’s consistent across all Windows devices, including phones and tablets.

The Settings app first debuted in Windows 8, but at the time it provided just bare-bones access to basic system options. Advanced options, such as File History backups and desktop program management, still required a trip to the Control Panel.

Example here there is a big deference on adding windows features in control panel you have full control like enable  "Windows Telnet" which I always need, while the Setting apps only show Language as optional or additional features .

How ever there is a hidden Godmode fully control panel like .

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