How to open Device Manager in Windows 10 shortcut

How to open Device Manager in Windows 10 shortcut. Device Manager is a useful tool that allows you to do things like: find unknown hardware devices, update drivers, disable hardware components from inside your computer, and so on. To use it, you must first know how to open it. To help you, we have 2 simple ways that you can use to open the Device Manager in Windows 10 by using shortcuts.

How to open Device Manager in Windows 10 shortcut
How to open Device Manager in Windows 10 shortcut

Device Manager, which could be defined as a Control Panel that’s an extension of the Microsoft Management Console, provides users an organized, central view of the Windows-recognized hardware attached to a computer. This includes devices like keyboards, hard disk drives, USB devices etc. It sorts out all hardware, listing them on the basis of various criteria and when a device malfunctions or stops working altogether, it immediately notifies the user. Thus it can be used to control devices, enable or disable them, configure them, identify conflicts between devices, and much more.

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Open Device Manager using Keyboard Shortcut

Press the Win + X keys to open the Win+X Quick Link menu, and press the M key to open Device Manager.

Open Device Manager from Run

  1. Press the Win + R keys to open Run.
  2. Type devmgmt.msc or hdwwiz.cpl into Run, and click/tap on OK or press Enter. (see screenshot below)
Open Device Manager from Run
Open Device Manager from Run

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