Users with Windows 10 has reported that Settings will not launch all of a sudden, or that it triggers the store to launch instead of the Settings.
This problem has been noticed by Microsoft, so they have launched an update to help you with such an problem. Follow the instructions below to help you get this problem fixed!
1) Click this link to download a file named CSSEmerg67758.diagcab.
2) When the download finishes, double click to run it. Then click Next to go on. If asked to present with a security dialog to allow the file to run, just choose YES to continue.
3) Once this installation is done, you need to force a Windows update to prevent the occurrence of such event.
In Start panel, type in cmd, then right click Command Prompt from the list of choice and choose Run as administrator.
4) In the Command Prompt window, type in the following command:
Make sure that you have made no typo, and then hit Enter.
If this command doesn’t work at once, try at least three times. This should kick start the update process.
PRO TIP: If, after trying the above, your Settings still won’t open straight, it’s time to update your device drivers.
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