How to open display settings from command line in Windows 10 ?

Published on August 13, 2016 by abundantcode

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The display properties can be found in the settings app in Windows 10 which lets the users to configure the look and feel of the windows desktop. For example , you can change the display resolution , change wallpaper or screensaver etc.

How to open display properties from command line in Windows 10 ?

You can open the display settings screen by right clicking on the desktop and selecting "Display Settings" from the context menu.

You can open the same screen from the command line in Windows 10 using the command desk.cpl


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