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Windows 10ís Control Panel Will Go Away, Could Survive in RTM
One of the changes that Microsoft is making in Windows 10 is the gradual replacement of the traditional Control Panel with the new PC settings, which will provide a similar look and feel on all devices running the new operating system, including desktops and smartphones.
The new PC settings menu isnít only better organized and easier to use than the classic Control Panel, but it also features support for touch, so it can be accessed by those with tablets and touch-capable displays too.
Gabriel Aul, head of the Windows Insider program, confirmed that the Control Panel is projected to be replaced by the new Settings screen sometime in the future, but it ďwill stay until Settings has all viable setting options supported.Ē
The fact that Microsoft plans to remove the classic Control Panel and replace it with Settings isnít new, but now it seems like the CP will still be offered in the RTM version of Windows 10 if Microsoft doesnít move fast enough to bring all is features in the Settings screen in about a month.