|Component of Microsoft Windows|
|Introduced in||Windows 8 build 7899|
|Last included in|
Settings (also known as PC settings) is an application first introduced in Windows 8 and is the successor to the Control Panel. Although the latter is still present and usable, many resources redirect to specific areas of the Settings application. It is the main application used for applying changes to the computer on Windows 10. It was originally intended as an alternative user interface for the Control Panel on Windows 8.