Windows® 7 Control Panel
The Windows 7 Control Panel is quite similar to control panel in Windows Vista. A few things are obviously changed but the look and feel is almost the same. Because the Control Panel has so many options, Microsoft included a Search box to make it convenient for you to find the program that you need to accomplish a specific task. You may want to use the Search box when you need to get a specific tool.
System and Security
The System and Security category is the first option in the Control Panel and holds all the utilities that you may use to perform system, administrative, and security-related jobs.
Network and Internet
The Network and Internet category in the Control Panel offers all the tools that one may use to monitor the status of the network, change settings, set preferences for sharing files and computers, configure Internet connections, and much more.
Hardware and Sound
It contains all the utilities that you’ll use to install and remove printers and other hardware components, set up system sounds, configure AutoPlay, manage power, update drivers, and much more.
It contains all the tools that can be used to remove programs or Windows features, manage gadgets, and more.
User Accounts and Family Safety
It gives access to all the tools that you’ll use to configure user account settings and passwords, create parental controls policies, manage credentials, and more.
Appearance and Personalization
The Appearance and Personalization category is the sixth one in the Control Panel and provide all the tools that you’ll use to configure your desktop appearance, apply various desktop themes and screen savers, modify the Start menu or Taskbar, and more.
Clock, Language, and Region
The Clock, Language, and Region category is the seventh one in the Control Panel and contains all the tools that you’ll use to set date, time, language, numbers, currency, and more.
Ease of Access
The Ease of Access category is the eighth one in the Control Panel and holds all the accessibility features that you can use to tune up your computer settings for vision, hearing, and mobility as well as launch speech recognition to operate your computer with voice commands.
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