Learn about some of the system tools needed to hide in Windows.
Have you used Windows 7, Windows 8, or older version of Windows? Windows has several system tools utilities that are well hidden in it. Some tools are hidden deep in the Start menu, while others can access only through one command. If you know their names, most of these tools will be able to start easily.
Just open your Start menu or start the screen, search for the program name, and press Enter. But in Windows 8, you first have to select the settings category on the search screen. Let’s find out more about the required system tools hiding in Windows.
Windows Memory Diagnostics:
Windows includes a memory diagnostic tool that can restart your computer and checks for memory errors for your memtest86 popular applications. If you want to check your computer’s memory for errors, then you do not need a third-party tool – just open the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool.
The Resource Monitor application gives details of your computer’s resources or memory usage. You can see computer-wide CPUs, disks, networks and memory graphics, or you can see each process statistics for each kind of resource. This means that in which process you can use your disk or network in a broad way, you can see which process is going on, and many more information is available through this.
The resource monitor provides far more detailed resource statistics than the task manager. You can start the Resource Monitor by opening the Task Manager, clicking on the Profiles tab and selecting Resource Monitor. Besides, it can be accessed by searching the Resource Monitor in Start Menu or Start Screen.
Microsoft Windows Performance Monitor is a tool that administrators can use to check the running programs on their computer can affect computer performance. The Performance Monitor app lets you collect performance reports and see them. It can be used to log in to performance data over time to influence the performance of the system or monitor the performance of a remote computer in real-time. Windows Performance Monitor uses performance counters, event trace data, and configuration information, so that they can be combined with data collector sets.
Computer Management and Administrative Tools:
Performance Monitor is actually some of Microsoft Management Console (MMC) tools. Many of these can be found in the administrative tools folder, by opening a computer management application can open it in a single window. Among other things, this window contains some following tools:
- Task Scheduler: A tool that allows you to create custom designs for yourself, as well as to view and customize the tasks scheduled on your computer.
- Event Viewer: It is a kind of log viewer that lets you view and filter system events, everything from software installs to crashes and blue screen deaths.
- Shared Folders: This is an interface that displays shared folders with the network on your computer, at one glance it is useful to see which folders are being shared.
- Device Manager: Classic Windows Device Manager, which lets you view, connect, and configure drivers for your devices connected to your computer.
- Disk Management: A built-in partition manager by which you can use a third-party tool without downloading.
- Service: This is an interface that lets you view and control the background services running in the window.
Windows ‘Disk Cleanup Utility’ is not hidden like many other utilities, but most people do not know. It scans your computer for files that can delete your files, removes old system recovery points from temporary files and memory dumps, and scans from the rest of the files from Windows upgrade.It works the same as a cleaning utility of a PC, but it is free and does not attempt to extract any money from you. Advanced users may prefer CCleaner, but Disk Cleanup works well. Access it on your Start screen or by searching for a disk cleaner in the Start menu.
Advanced User Accounts Tool:
Windows is a hidden user account utility that does not offer some options in the standard interface. To open it, press WinKey + R to open the Run dialog, type netplwiz or control userpasswords2 and press Enter. This window contains a shortcut to launch local users and group tools, which provide more user management tasks, but can not be used in Windows Home or Standard versions.
I thibk, Everybody knows about the Registry Editor – but it’s still hidden, even Microsoft does not offer any Start Menu shortcuts to it. It must be turned on by typing regedit in the Start menu and launching the screen and pressing Enter.There are several tweaks created in Group Policy Editor with equal tweaks, which can be made in the registry editor. For example, in Windows 8, the Standard Edition of Windows 8 can not disable the lock screen via group policy editor – but they can disable the lock screen with a registry hack.
Group Policy Editor:
Group Policy Editor is available only in Windows Professional or Ultimate version, not standard or home version. It provides a variety of settings that are designed by system administrators to customize and lock PCs on their networks, but the local group policy editor is also some of the settings that users may have an interest in.For example, in Windows 8, the Group Policy Editor can disable the lock screen and move directly to the login screen. To open it, type gpedit.msc in the Start Menu or Start screen and press Enter.
System Configuration Window is another classic tool. Before Windows 8, which features a Startup-Program Manager built in its Task Manager, this tool was the only way to control the startup program on Windows. It also allows you to customize your boot loader, which is especially useful for multiple versions of Windows installation. Turn on the start menu by typing msconfig in the Start menu and pressing Start screen and Enter.
The system information utility lets you see information about the current computer.It’s attachment connected to the CD-ROM drive’s model number, configured environment variables, and startup programs bypass program. It does not provide a cryptic interface, it does not provide all the information supplied by third party system information like spasy, but it will show many system information without complying with the installation of other programs. Open it on your Start menu or on System’s System Information at the Start screen.
Once you know these utilities, you can do more with tools created on Windows. These tools are available on any Windows computer, so you can use it without downloading and installing the software. So, try it yourself. Thanks for reading. Stay up to the next post. thanks to everyone.