How to access Control Panel in Windows 8?
With the old Windows Start menu, it is easy to add the Control Panel as a menu or a drop-down list. Even with Windows 8, it is easy to pin the Control Panel to the Start Screen and taskbar, however, the problem begins when you actually don’t know where it is.
When Microsoft removed the Start button and Start Menu in Windows 8, it threw a lot of people for a loop. It happened so, because the Start Menu in Windows 8 is more like an old familiar hangout. One of those places that no matter how it changes over the years, it was fairly enough reliable place to find stuff whether it was your Documents folder, Devices, Printer, the ability to search your programs and files, and of course, the Control Panel.
Now, how to access Control Panel in Windows 8? The below mentioned steps will let you know how you can easily access the Control Panel in your Windows 8-based PC. Here’s how:
1. Right click on a blank area on the start screen and click ‘All Apps’ in the bottom menu bar.
2. Look for the ‘Control Panel’ under ‘Windows System’ and click on it.
3. It will display the ‘Control Panel’ window on the desktop.
Isn’t the process to access Control Panel in Windows 8-based PC easy and simple than what you actually thought it to be? You can further simplify the process by going through our video solution that is posted below. So, for a quick recap, click the play option in the below window.
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