I started settings after installation and it worked. But when I clicked
on Users tab, it freezed. So I clicked wait twice and then force close.
Then I reinstalled and settings didn't work anymore.

I reinstalled gnome, disabled tweak extensions, removed .config and
.cache and .local from home dir. After that gnome settings started to
work again. From my testing there was some bug in .local settings as
this was that that finally helped me.

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  can't open  system settings(Ubuntu 17.10), icon is visible but
  settings don't display

Status in gnome-control-center package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  When i click on system settings, icon is displaying but settings
  window doesn't visible. I have already reinstalled ubuntu desktop and
  gnome-control-center, but without any success.(reboot also didn't
  help).If i try to open gnome-control-center in terminal the same
  result only icon appearce

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