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Open Control Panel items from CMD Line

Below is a list of how to open all Control Panel items from either the Run Command or Command Line

Administrative Tools

control admintools

Autoplay

control /name Microsoft.AutoPlay

Backup and Restore (Windows 7)

control /name Microsoft.BackupAndRestoreCenter

Bitlocker Drive Encryption

control /name Microsoft.BitLockerDriveEncryption

Colour Management

control /name Microsoft.ColorManagement

Credential Manager

control /name Microsoft.CredentialManager

Date and Time

control timedate.cpl

Default Programs

control /name Microsoft.DefaultPrograms

Device Manager

devmgmt.msc

Devices and Printers

control printers

Ease of Access Centre

control /name Microsoft.EaseOfAccessCenter

File Explorer Options

control folders

File History

control /name Microsoft.FileHistory

Fonts

control fonts

Indexing Options

control /name Microsoft.IndexingOptions

Infrared

control irprops.cpl

Internet Options

control inetcpl.cpl

Keyboard

control keyboard

Mail

outlook.exe /manageprofiles

Mouse

control mouse

Network and Sharing Centre

control /name Microsoft.NetworkAndSharingCenter

Phone and Modem

control telephon.cpl

Power Options

control powercfg.cpl

Programs and Features

control appwiz.cpl

Recovery

control /name Microsoft.Recovery

Region

control intl.cpl

RemoteApp and Desktop Connections

control /name Microsoft.RemoteAppAndDesktopConnections

Security and Maintenance

control wscui.cpl

Sound

control mmsys.cpl

Speech Recognition

control /name Microsoft.SpeechRecognition

Storage Specs

control /name Microsoft.StorageSpaces

Sync Centre

control /name Microsoft.SyncCenter

System

control sysdm.cpl

Taskbar and Navigation

control /name Microsoft.Taskbar

Troubleshooting

control /name Microsoft.Troubleshooting

User Accounts

control userpasswords

Windows Defender Firewall

control firewall.cpl

Windows Mobility Centre

control /name Microsoft.MobilityCenter

Windows to Go

%windir%\System32\pwcreator.exe

Work Folders

%windir%\System32\WorkFolders.exe

Updated on March 16, 2019

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