UPDATED 5/22: On Windows 10, starting with version 1903, May 2019 Update, the Settings app is getting a number of changes, including a new header design in the homepage that allows you to take quick actions for things like signing in and managing your account. In addition, it also gives you an “easy to glance” at system status, such as when updates are available.
While it’s a new interesting experience inspired by the Microsoft account homepage design, it’s not clear if the feature will be available for everyone. However, if you’re running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, and you don’t see the header, there’s a way to force it to appear in your installation using a third-party tool called “mach2” from Rafael Rivera.
How to enable top banner design on Settings
Use these steps to enable the new header design in the Settings app on Windows 10 1903:
Download the latest mach2 zip folder.
Double-click the zip folder.Quick tip: You’ll need to download the zip folder that correspond to your system architecture (x86 or x64), you can check the version of Windows 10 that you’re running on Settings > System > About.
Click the Extract all button from the “Compressed Folder Tools” ribbon.
Click the Extract button.
Copy the path to the folder.
Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.
Type the following command to navigate to the mach2 folder and press Enter:
In the command remember to change the path to the folder with your path.
Type the following command to enable the Settings header and press Enter:
mach2 enable 18299130
Restart your device.
Once you complete the steps, open the Settings app, and you should now see the new header design with quick access to frequent settings and its notifications as well as with the current user information.
Update May 22, 2019: These instructions has been re-tested and it works on a device upgraded to Windows 10 version 1903 from version 1809 using the official Update Assistant tool.