In this post, you’ll see different methods to open System Properties in Windows 10.
You’ll also see the steps to create a System Properties shortcut. Let’s get started.
How to Open System Properties in Windows 10
The command sysdm.cpl can get to System Properties, and you can use it in the following programs:
- Task Manager (click on File > Run new task to use the command)
Open System 32 Folder.
Double-click the “sysdm.cpl.”
Open the Control Panel.
If you’re on the “Category” view: Hit System and Security > System. Click on “Rename this PC (advanced)” in the left sidebar.
Else: Hit “System.” Click on “Rename this PC (advanced)” in the left sidebar.
Create System Properties Shortcut
Follow the steps below to create a System Properties shortcut on your Windows 10 desktop or File Explorer.
Right-click on the desktop or File Explorer blank area.
Hover your mouse over “New” in the context menu.
Type sysdm.cpl in the “Create Shortcut” pop-up. Click the “Next” button.
Give the shortcut name if you don’t like the suggested one.
Click on the “Finish” button.
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