Windows 7 incorporates the most powerful set of management and diagnostic utilities yet seen in a desktop version of Windows. Although Windows 7 offers many new and improved tools, they work in (mostly) familiar ways. In Windows 7, there’s as much emphasis on helping you use familiar tools in better ways as on the creation of new tools. The emphasis on a new and improved interface for a mix of familiar and new tools begins with the Control Panel, which is where many (although not all) management and maintenance tasks are performed.
In addition to the Control Panel, however, Windows 7’s management and diagnostic tools can also be found in the following locations:
• Computer Management
• System tools
• Administrative ...