- Dec 22, 2009
- Locating Windows 7's Administrative Tools
- Holdovers from Windows XP and Windows Vista
- What's "New" in Administrative Tools for Windows XP Users
- Event Viewer
- Performance Monitor
- Print Management
- System Configuration
- Task Scheduler
- Windows Memory Diagnostic
- Specialized Administrative Tools
Windows Vista introduced Print Management (and added it to Administrative Tools), and Windows 7 follows its example.
Use Print Management (Figure 10) to view active printers, form settings (paper, envelopes, labels), printer ports in use, and drivers for local and network printers.
Figure 10 The Print Management interface