How to Open Internet Options or Properties in Windows 10

Open Internet Options/Properties in Windows 10 using Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Control Panel, Command prompt and Search box.
If you used to know the location of Internet Options or Properties from the previous Microsoft operating system, in Windows 10 you need dig a little bit with its current settings and interface. We all know that this option lets us manage security, privacy, content, programs, connections and other advance tweaks of our browser. If you want to add LAN proxy, block JavaScript content, pop-ups, VPN and more configuration you can do it in Internet Options.
You have options to open these particular settings in Windows 10 that you can choose whichever you feel is easier for you.
Internet Options Windows 10

Open Internet Options in Windows 10

1. Use Internet Explorer / Google Chrome browser
  1. Open your IE browser, go Tools or click on the Settings icon in the upper right corner.
  2. Click on Internet Options.
    Internet Options Internet Explorer
  3. In Google Chrome, click on Options (3) dots on the upper right corner then click on Settings.
  4. Click on Advance, then scroll down to System.
  5. Click on Open proxy settings.
    Internet Options Google Chrome

2. Using Windows 10 search or Cortana icon
  • Just type “Internet Options” in the search box then click on one of the results or suggested.
    Internet Options search box

3. Open using Run command prompt
  • Just press Windows key + R then type inetcpl.cpl then hit Enter.

4. Via Control Panel
  1. Click on the Windows key icon, scroll down to Windows System.
  2. Click to expand then open Control Panel.
  3. Click on Internet Options.
    Internet Options Control Panel

The process and steps above may also work on Windows 7 and 8 operating system with a slight difference.