Monday, February 18, 2008

Starting windows control panel applet from command line

You can start this windows controlpanel applet from command line or from Start -> Run

Windows Vista and Windows XP

Description - Command
Add Hardware- control hdwwiz.cpl
Add or Remove Programs- control appwiz.cpl
Administrative Tools- control admintools
Appearance Settings- control color
Audio Devices and Sound Themes- control mmsys.cpl
Date and Time- control timedate.cpl
Display Settings- control desk.cpl
Firewall - control firewall.cpl
Folder Options- control folders
Fonts- Explorer "\windows\fonts"
Game Controllers- control joy.cpl
Infocard- control infocardcpl.cpl
iSCSI Initiator- control iscsicpl.cpl
Internet Options- control inetcpl.cpl
Keyboard- control main.cpl Keyboard

Mouse- control main.cpl
Network Connections- control ncpa.cpl
Pen and Input Devices- control tabletpc.cpl
People Near Me- control collab.
cpl
Phone and Modem Options- control telephon.cpl
Power Options- control powercfg.cpl
Printers and Faxes- control printers
Regional and Language Options- control intl.cpl
Scanners and Cameras- control sticpl.cpl
Windows Security Center- control wscui.cpl
Task Scheduler- control schedtasks
Text to Speech- control speech
System Properties- control sysdm.cpl
User Accounts- control nusrmgr.cpl

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