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Shortcuts for Settings in Windows 10

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So I know that in Windows 10 you can create shortcuts for specific settings using the command "ms-settings:" my question is, can I set the shortcuts not only to get me to this specific setting's tab, but to actually toggle it between On / Off? for this post's sake I want to make a shortcut to toggle Game Mode On / Off. Now I know I can set a shortcut to the setting with "ms-settings:gaming-gamemode" but can I set the shortcut to toggle the setting On / Off?

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I don’t think it’s possible. MS-Settings is to launch the Applet in the Settings app but not to set any values. You will need to look elsewhere like PowerShell to make that happen.

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