Lab 7-1 Using Windows Control Panel Utils

In this lab, you will learn how to use the different windows control panel utilities. These utilities include Display applet, System administrative tools, Credential manager, and File metadata. You will learn how to access these utilities to change the settings of your computer. This lab will last about an hour.

Display applet

In Windows 10, you can access several utilities in the control panel. One of these utilities is the Display applet, which lets you adjust the video output settings for your monitor. You can adjust the color depth, refresh rate, and other options here. If you’re using an LCD monitor, you can even adjust the resolution.

You can also use the Control Panel to customize your PC. It has more than 50 mini-programs that will allow you to customize almost every aspect of your PC. This includes your desktop background and your cursor.

System administrative tools

System administrative tools can be used to control and modify the settings of the users on the computer. The easiest way to access Administrative Tools is to right-click the Start Button and select Computer Management. From here, expand Local Users and Groups. This will give you access to the Users and Groups folder, which contains all the user accounts.

System Administrative Tools are a collection of tools that administrators and advanced users can use to make changes to the Windows operating system. These tools are located in the Control Panel under C:WindowsSystem32.

Credential manager

Credential manager is a feature on Windows operating systems that allows users to manage their local credentials, which are certificates stored on the computer. It is located in the Programs and Features applet of the control panel. When a user clicks on this applet, a list of installed apps appears. A user can then uninstall an application or turn on or off additional Windows features.

The Windows Credential Manager feature allows users to store and manage their passwords, usernames, and other login information. This is a native feature in the Windows operating system, but users should take special care to ensure the security of this feature. They should never store any sensitive information in the Credential Manager, as this information is accessible by anyone with administrative rights.

File metadata

Windows Vista comes with a number of tools and utilities that enable you to change the file metadata of your files. These tools can be found in the Control Panel. In this article, we’ll discuss the most commonly used applets in this panel. You’ll also learn how to modify the name and password of your accounts.

Troubleshooting applet

Troubleshooting applets in the control panel allow you to manage your computer’s settings and troubleshoot problems. You can modify installed software, change settings, check installed Windows updates, or turn on or off optional Windows features. Among other functions, this applet can help you find and fix problems with your display and network connections. In addition, it allows you to manage your user accounts, change passwords, and change pictures for these accounts.

Troubleshooting applets are accessible from the Control Panel, and they include information about the devices and instructions you must follow. The applets are divided into categories, so that you can quickly identify the problem that needs to be resolved. Once you have a specific problem, you can select the option that best fits your needs. For example, you can open the Advanced system settings and turn on or off some of Windows features.