If you want to enable the header in the Windows 10 1903 settings, you can do that again. This displays the Name, Avatar, OneDrive, and Windows Update in the Settings header.
Microsoft after adding the header to the Windows 10 Settings app remove it for some time but released it again. Some users are seeing the header in the Settings app while other users aren’t.
In case, you’re the one who’s not seeing the header, then there’s a quick workaround to activate it yourself. Again it is possible using Mach2 tool.
Enable Header in Windows 10 Settings app
1 . Download the Mach2 tool using this link and extract the files in the folder.
2. Insider Mach2 folder, you need to launch PowerShell. For that, click on the File > Open Window Powershell > Open Window Powershell as administrator.
3. In the Powershell Window, you need to copy-paste following command:
.\Mach2.exe enable 18299130
and hit enter.
4. You will see OK status, which means you have enabled the feature.
5. At last, Reboot your computer to apply the changes.
In case, OneDrive and Rewards are not visible in the header of the Settings app, then you can use following commands and repeat the process.
Enable OneDrive: .\Mach2.exe enable 19638738
Enable rewards: .\Mach2.exe enable 19638787
At any point, if you want to disable the header in Windows 10 Settings app, then here’s what you need to do:
In above command all, you need to do is to use Disable instead of Enable in the above commands.
Disable Header: .\Mach2.exe enable 18299130
Disable OneDrive: .\Mach2.exe enable 19638738
Disable rewards: .\Mach2.exe enable 19638787
What are your thoughts about header in the Windows 10 Settings app? Find it useful, let us know your opinion in the comments.
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