There is no doubt that the Control Panel is one of the hallmarks of the Windows operating system. It has been around since the beginning, so we have become familiar with it so much that whenever we need something, we open it. However, that view is not shared by Microsoft, where they see it like a small burden that causes more problems than solutions. In fact, they are thinking of removing it.
Just take a look at the latest build released version of Windows 10 Redstone to verify that the existence of the Control Panel is minimal, almost nonexistent. In fact, most of the options have been integrated into the Settings, which can be accessed from the start menu of the operating system. It may still be needed much more time to make the decision to materialize completely.
We do not know if Microsoft wants to complete the change and eliminate the known Control Panel, so we have to wait to see if this decision becomes final. Of course, you can expect big changes in the next massive update for Windows 10. In fact, it is expected to be a twist in the operating system.
There is no doubt that the Redmond company wants the experience with Windows 10 is not only innovative, but also stable. It is possible that the changes that are carrying out in Redstone are temporary, therefore we recommend to you to be very attentive. Personally hope that the Control panel should not be eliminated. A part of the history of the OS would be gone.