Ultimate Settings Panel is an open source program available on Windows that lists hundreds of shortcut links to a large number of system tools and configuration items.
If you use Windows 10, you know that Microsoft currently uses a two-tier approach to settings. On one side is the classic Control Panel and on the other is the new Settings app.
This means that you have to switch between the two tools to configure and manage Windows 10, which is not very convenient.
Ultimate Settings Panel
Ultimate Settings Panel was designed to provide you with links to the majority of Windows tools and configuration items. So, rather than having to juggle between various programs and command lines, you can use this program to quickly launch tools.
When you first launch Ultimate Settings Panel, you are presented with a massive list of links to various tools and options. I’m not going to list them one by one because otherwise I would spend the night there…
The program displays a tab bar at the top that you can use to switch to the different groups: Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10, Control Panel, Server Administration, Chrome and so on.
Granted, this layout can be quite confusing, as it’s not necessarily very self-explanatory to find a particular entry.
To launch an item listed in the program interface, you just need to click on it. Please note that there is no option to run a tool as administrator unless you launch Ultimate Settings Panel in administrator mode.
Now, I invite you to watch the short video below to discover the program in a little more detail.
For full instructions on how to use the Ultimate Settings Panel utility, click here.
Ultimate Settings Panel is now available as source code on GitHub. Go ahead and contribute to the future of this utility.
This utility is free to use for both personal and commercial use.
You are free to distribute this utility in it’s original form. No amendments or installation wrapping with PuP is permitted.