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Use Internet Options within Network and Internet to modify your Internet Properties. o Use the General tab to modify your browser home page, startup window, tabs, history, and appearance. o Use the Security tab to determine your security zone and security level. o Use the Privacy tab to manage website privacy and enable and disable pop-ups and InPrivate Browsing. o Use the Connections tab to set up Internet connections. o Use the Programs tab to manage your default browser, add-ons, and other Internet programs and file associations. o Use the Advanced tab to set and reset advanced browser settings. Task Manager Use Task Manager to view the current state of the system and running applications. Task Manager is made up of the following tabs: Use the Processes tab to view the status of all current applications running on the computer. Use this tab to terminate unresponsive applications. Use the Performance tab to view system-wide processor, memory, disk, and network statistics. Use the App History tab to monitor Windows Store apps running on the system. Use the Startup tab to enable or disable applications that start automatically when the system boots. Use the Users tab to monitor users currently logged on to the system. Use the Details tab to view the status of all current processes running on the computer and the CPU and memory resources they use. Use this tab to modify the priority of a process or terminate unwanted processes. Use the Services tab to view a list of services running on the computer. You can use this tab to start and stop a particular service. Microsoft Management Console (MMC) The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is a framework that provides a common user interface for performing system administration tasks. Management of a set of related features is done by adding snap-ins to the console. The MMC provides the shell for running these snap-ins, while the snap-ins provide the details for performing specific management tasks. Microsoft provides snap-ins for managing: Local Users and Groups Device Manager
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Disk Management Print Management Component Services Windows Firewall with Advanced Security To open a blank console, type mmc in the Run box. You can then add snap-ins to work with the configuration of your system. The console consists of two or three panes: The tree pane (on the left) organizes objects in a hierarchy. The results pane (in the middle) shows objects and configuration options. The actions pane (on the right) lists the actions you can take on objects. (The actions pane was new with Windows Vista.) You can save a console that includes the snap-ins you use most (saved consoles have the .msc extension). Microsoft provides a number of preconfigured consoles that include snap-ins for common tasks.
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