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Please open the "Control Panel" over: » "Start" » » "Control Panel" Step 2 of 3
Please open the:
» "Administrative Tools" » » "Computer Management" Step 1 of 3
In the "Computer Management" You see now the "Disk-Management".
Please use the Disk Management in Windows-7 to perform disk-related
tasks such as creating and formatting partitions and volumes,
and assigning drive letters.
Optional you can use the
along with other command-line tools, to perform Disk Management tasks.
These functions can be found as well in Windows XP, Server 2000-2008 and Vista.
Here you see at the same time: "Task Scheduler", "Event Viewer", "Shared Folders" (Directories),
"Performance", "Services" ....
Info: #Performance Monitor
You can use Performance Monitor to view performance data either
in real time or from a log file.
Create Data Collector Sets to configure and schedule performance counter,
event trace, and configuration data
collection so that you can analyze the results and view reports.
# Shared Folders
You can use the Shared Folders Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in to centrally
manage file shares on a computer.
Shared Folders enables you to create file shares and set permissions,
as well as view and manage open files and users connected to file shares on the computer.
When you use Event Viewer to troubleshoot
a problem, you need to locate events related to the problem,
regardless of which event log they appear in.
Event Viewer enables you to filter for specific events across multiple logs.
That makes it easy to display all events potentially related to an issue that you are investigating.
To specify a filter that spans multiple logs, you need to create a custom view.
Services are often run with default settings - for example, a service might be disabled automatically at startup.
You can use the Services snap-in to change the default settings for a service.
This is useful if you are troubleshooting service failures or if you need
to change the security account under which a service runs.