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Add Control Panel To The Context Menu


The Windows Control Panel, Is a very beneficial utility containing an array of options and features. Everything from troubleshooting your PC, to applying security settings, accessing Installed programs, personalizing the OS- they're all situated In one central location. Whilst It's not difficult accessing the Control Panel, wouldn't It be nice If It were available by simply right-clicking the mouse on your desktop? In this tutorial, you will learn how to apply this with Incredible ease.


To achieve this tweak, I've located a Registry file that does the work for you. All that's required on your part, Is to execute It and follow the prompts. In the event you change your mind and wish to reverse the process, I've also provided another Registry file that does exactly that. These files are available for download at the end of this article. So let's begin.

Step One:
Once you've downloaded the file, extract the "Add Control Panel.reg" file to a directory of your choice. Execute It and It will ask whether you wish to add the entries Into the Registry. Click "Yes".



Step Two:
It will now confirm that the entries have been added successfully. Click "OK" to finalize the process.



Step Three:
Now to put It to the test. I've right-clicked on a blank area on my PC's desktop and as you can see, Control Panel Is readily available. As a bonus, so too Is "God Mode".



Step Four:
If you've changed your mind and wish to go back to It's original state, execute the Registry file named "Remove Control Panel.reg" and click "OK".



Last Step:
I've performed the above step on my Windows 10 OS, right-clicked on my desktop and as you can see, Control Panel Is no longer available.



Final Thoughts:
It doesn't get any easier than this, does It? If you're like myself and use the Windows Control Panel quite often, It's very handy to have It easily accessible via a simple right-click of the mouse. Although the Registry file that I've provided Is completely safe, the Registry Itself, Is susceptible to corruption. As such, I strongly suggest backing It up using It's Export feature prior to editing.

Use any of the below direct links to download the aforementioned Registry file.


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