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6.7: Windows Settings

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    Windows 10 settings can be adjusted in two ways, the Settings App and the Control Panel. The settings can app can change any setting on your computers, like your printer options to how windows looks and sounds. To open the app, click the Start menu, then select Settings. You can also use the Control Panel to adjust your settings, just like in earlier versions of Windows. There are a wide variety of settings to change in Windows 10. It is important that users spend some time reviewing settings for their computer and adjust as needed. If you do not understand the specific settings you are changing, it is best to research it before making changes. Windows 10 settings can change how your PC operates, and also make it more accessible to the end-user


    6.7: Windows Settings is shared under a CC BY license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Nick Heisserer.

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