Microsoft moves more options from Windows 11 control panel

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Microsoft is moving one step closer to killing its classic controls app. It is continuously making efforts to move more settings for the control panel to its settings app.

In the new Windows 11 preview build, the section for uninstalling Windows updates has been moved to the Settings app. Additionally, following the latest Windows 11 update, users will be redirected from Control Panel to the settings app when they attempt to open the Program and Features section

In past, Microsoft moved the advanced sharing settings comprising of Network discovery, File and printer sharing, a new page within the Settings app under Advanced Network Settings.

Microsoft in its blog post announced the release of Windows 11 insider preview build 22523 to the Dev Channel. In its blog post, the OS giant outlined the changes included in the latest update.

Some of the remarkable changes included in the Windows 11 build 22523 update are:

  • Links to Program and Features in Control Panel will now open in Settings > Apps > Installed Apps.
  • Uninstall Updates section has been move from the Control Panel to a new page in Settings under Settings > Windows Update > Update History

Besides these highlights, Windows 11 build 22523 likewise brings some small changes and improvements like:

  • Alt+ Tab menu now has Snap Groups and currently available to insiders in the dev channel
  • File Explorer now shows media server options in the menu on the toolbar

Meanwhile, users can download the ISO from Microsoft’s official site.

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