25. Link to specific Settings app locations
Windows 10’s new Settings app hides another particularly useful feature: The ability to pin any specific subsection of the app to your Start menu. The new Action Center already offers configurable quick-toggle buttons for common actions – like enabling/disabling Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Tablet Mode, and so on, but this trick lets you quickly jump to a far more diverse array of tools.
Pinning a Settings app subsection to the Start menu is super easy: go to the menu or setting you’d like quick access to, then right-click on the subsection’s name in the left-hand navigation pane and select Pin to Start.