How to Disable Settings Header in Windows 10 2004 and 20H2
Windows 10 versions 2004 and 20H2 ship with a new header area in the Settings app for many users. Initially available to a small select group of Insiders, the Settings banner is now available to regular users as well. Let’s take a look at how to get rid of it in Settings in Windows 10.
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Windows 10 build 14393 and later have a hidden option in Settings. It is called “Share” and can be enabled with a Registry tweak. Once enabled, the Share page will allow you to configure apps visible in the Share pane of Windows 10.
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If you a Windows 10 user, you can add categories of Settings to the desktop context menu. This post describes a registry tweak that utilizes ms-settings: URI commands, which form the menu.
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All versions of Windows 10 come with the built-in Settings app which has been added to the OS to replace Control Panel. You can change most of settings and options using Settings. Its user interface consists of a number of pages arranged by categories. Each page comes with toggle buttons, drop-down lists and check boxes to enable or disable certain features and change behavior of the OS.
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