You can now hide pages in Windows 10’s Settings app, just as you can hide icons in the Control Panel window. The pages won’t just be hidden in the app itself—there will be no way for users to access the hidden pages. Support for hiding Settings pages was added in Windows 10’s Creators Update.
This allows you to lock down a computer and prevent users from changing certain settings, which is particularly useful on a business network. If you have a Pro or Enterprise edition of Windows 10, you can do this with the Group Policy editor. If you have a Home edition of Windows 10, you can do this by editing the registry.