What is control panel in Windows 10 computer ??? [Beginner's guide]

What is control panel used for and where is control panel in Windows 10 ? this is the question that a newbie will have when they decided to try out Windows 10. So, i decided to write a separate post for this. 

              Hi! and welcome to our blog,in this article i will explain what is control Panel and What does it is created for.... As the name indicates,Control Panel is just a program used to take control of our Computer Setting. We can use this Control Panel for changing many things on our Computer like uninstalling the program, Tuning our PC,etc..

[See : Different Ways to Access Control Panel in Windows 10] 

Control Panel consists of following things ,No !, wait i guess it is best to tell t
hat we can change the Following things in Control Panel, is correct, whatever let's see few of them what they are.
What is control panel in Windows 10 computer ??? [Beginner's guide]

You Can Review your Computer Status In Control Panel.


 [See : What Review My PC Status Do??]


Turn On File History or Off File History.


File History Option is Used to Back Up Your Files Before 
Damaged By Virus or Malware or Something Else..

[See : File History Step By Step Tutorial]


Stop Windows from notifying About UAC.

User Account Control Settings Are Designed for Keeping Users to 
Control Themselves their PC if they don't need Microsoft Support.

[See : How to Change UAC settings So that Windows Won't Notify You While Installing Apps]


You Can Update time With Windows timeserver.


[See: How to See Update time]


You Can Change Date of Your PC.


[See: How to Change date]


And More ....


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