In Windows 10 1703 – Creators Update there is a new Group Policy setting that actually allows us to control what is visible in “Settings” for our users. This is useful for computers with a specific purpose for instance or other business requirements. The policy is called “Settings Page Visibility” it can be used to either Hide a specific settings or Show only a specific setting or settings.

Example to hide the Bluetooth settings page we use the GPO with the settings hide:bluetooth as shown below.

HideOn the machine the Bluetooth settings is actually gone:

NoBluetoothWe can also use the Group Policy setting with the “ShowOnly” option as shown below.

ShowOnlyGPO

On the computer the Settings page will now only show, Colors, Start and Themes

ShowonlyThe syntax for the settings you want to hide/show is not that easy to find, this is where I found them, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/launch-resume/launch-settings-app

Updated after comment on post, the Gaming can be hidden the following needs to be added to hide the group.

hide:gaming-gamebar;gaming-gamedvr;gaming-broadcasting;gaming-gamemode

Tip on how to test them, you can just launch run and type: MS-Settings:Colors for instance and it will launch the Colors settings node. We can also use this to create shortcuts to different settings.

Run

And Colors is launched.

Colors

That is basically it, great for some scenarios!