Microsoft has been slowly redirecting Control Panel pages to the Settings app since October 2020, and additional changes have now been detected in the latest preview version, released in January 2021, with the Storage Spaces tool now also located in the Settings app.
The Control Panel has had a very dedicated fan base over the years due to the lack of key features present in the Settings app, despite Microsoft’s best efforts to push its users towards the more modern app, the Control Panel. configuration part of Windows versions since 1985.
Storage Spaces is a feature that allows you to connect your storage devices into a collective “storage pool”, especially useful for anyone with multiple hard drives or SSDs in their computer and looking for ways to maximize their available hardware.
It is important to note that Control Panel is not removed from systems and there has been no confirmation that this is something planned for the future. That being said, Microsoft is making it extremely difficult to access old Control Panel pages for features that have been redirected and is currently blocking property shortcuts and third-party apps that could have been used as a workaround to access the page. System withdrawn. .
We wouldn’t be surprised if these redirects continue to make the Control Panel obsolete in favor of the more user-friendly Settings app.
If you would like to check for the latest updates for the Microsoft operating system (operating system) yourself, you can join the Windows Insider program to give your opinion on features and preview changes to Windows 10. The current switch from Control Panel to the Settings app for Storage Spaces can be seen live right now in the latest preview release, but it’s likely to roll out to the general public later this year.
Via Windows Latest