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What's "New" in Administrative Tools for Windows XP Users

Windows XP users will find plenty of "new" and enhanced features in Administrative Tools, including the following:

  • Event Viewer—Displays details of hardware, software, and Windows events, including warnings and failures.
  • Performance Monitor—Provides real-time performance analysis of user-selected subsystems (processor, memory, and more).
  • Print Management—Manages local and network printers.
  • System Configuration—Configures startup and boot options and launches system utilities.
  • Task Scheduler—Schedules tasks to run at user-determined times.
  • Windows Memory Diagnostic—Checks system and cache memory before Windows desktop boots.
  • Windows Firewall with Advanced Security—Configures Windows Firewall to operate in two-way mode.
  • iSCSI Initiator—Configures iSCSI storage on enterprise networks.
  • Windows PowerShell Modules—Replaces snapins as a way to organize and extend Windows PowerShell.
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