The Settings app in Windows 10 holds a lot of settings segment which got substituted by the ages old Control Panel. And most of the settings segment or the settings links have their own unique URI or Uniform Resource Identifier. In other words, it is also referred as ms-settings. So, this article lists you the URI’s of most of the settings, when operated by run command opens up the page directly.

Always navigating to the particular settings segment seems time consuming. So, it is quite natural to think of something that opens up the page very quickly. We have already mentioned about the URIs in the beginning of this article. These URIs are like the commands when entered in the Run command takes you straight away to your required setting segment in Windows 10. Take a look at the URIs and open your settings segment in afraction of time.

How to Open Various Settings Using MS Commands in Windows 10

You need to bring the Run command on your screen by keep holding of Windows and R keys together.

Now the below list provides you the URI’s of the settings. Copy and paste the URI of the setting you wish to open in the provided text field.

Hit Enter key and you can see the settings page open on your screen.

Here goes the list:

Settings classification URI’s of the settings


Display ms-settings:display

Screen rotation ms-settings:screenrotation

Color (Display) ms-settings:colors

Notifications and actions ms-settings:notifications

Tablet mode ms-settings://tabletmode/

Battery Saver ms-settings:batterysaver

Battery Saver settings ms-settings:batterysaver-settings

Battery use ms-settings:batterysaver-usagedetails

Power and sleep ms-settings:powersleep

Storage ms-settings:storagesense

Offline maps ms-settings:maps


Mouse and touchpad ms-settings:mousetouchpad

Typing ms-settings:typing

Connected devices ms-settings:connecteddevices

Bluetooth ms-settings:bluetooth

Network & Internet

Wi-Fi ms-settings:network-wifi

Cellular ms-settings:network-cellular

Airplane mode ms-settings:network-airplanemode

Data usage ms-settings:datausage

VPN ms-settings:network-vpn

Dialup ms-settings:network-dialup

Ethernet ms-settings:network-ethernet

Proxy ms-settings:network-proxy

Mobile hotspot ms-settings:network-mobilehotspot


Start ms-settings:personalization-start

Backgrounds ms-settings:personalization-background

Colors (Personalization) ms-settings:personalization-colors

Lockscreen ms-settings:lockscreen

Themes ms-settings:themes

Personalization ms-settings:personalization


options ms-settings:signinoptions

Work access ms-settings:workplace

Family and other users ms-settings:otherusers

Time & Language

Date & Time ms-settings:dateandtime

Region and language ms-settings:regionlanguage

Speech ms-settings:speech

Ease of Access

Narrator ms-settings:easeofaccess-narrator

Magnifier ms-settings:easeofaccess-magnifier

High contrast ms-settings:easeofaccess-highcontrast

Closed captions ms-settings:easeofaccess-closedcaptioning

Keyboard ms-settings:easeofaccess-keyboard

Mouse ms-settings:easeofaccess-mouse

Other options ms-settings:easeofaccess-otheroptions


Privacy ms-settings:privacy

Location ms-settings:privacy-location

Camera ms-settings:privacy-webcam

Microphone ms-settings:privacy-microphone

Motion ms-settings:privacy-motion

Speech, inking, and typing ms-settings:privacy-speechtyping

Account info ms-settings:privacy-accountinfo

Contacts ms-settings:privacy-contacts

Calendar ms-settings:privacy-calendar

Messaging ms-settings:privacy-messaging

Radios ms-settings:privacy-radios

Other devices (privacy) ms-settings:privacy-customdevices

Feedback ms-settings:privacy-feedback

Update & Security

Windows Update ms-settings:windowsupdate

For developers ms-settings:developers

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