I'm a newcomer to Windows 10 and am really confused by all of the different programs that are on Windows 10 for configuring the system. Can someone clearly explain the difference between the following things
- Control Panel
- System Information
- Windows Settings
- System Properties
All of these names seem pretty similar, so much so that when I'm looking to go change a setting, I have no idea which of them I should go look for it in. I would like some intuition as to generally how settings/properties are grouped into these four programs so that I can more efficiently configure my system.
EDIT: Since posting this I've also come across yet another settings controller called "System Configuration". As a follow up question: why in the world does Windows need five different settings controllers?