Here are a few simple steps that can help you fix the administrative tools not displaying issue in Windows XP.
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How do I enable Administrator account in Windows XP?
Right-click “My Computer” and select “Manage”. Expand Local Users and Groups, then select Users. Right click on that admin user and select Properties. Activate your account and click OK.
Since this is the default directory, you can delete any of them, oradd any of your labels as you see fit.
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Where is administrative tools located?
The Administrative Tools folder in Windows 10 is located in C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsAdministrative Tools.
How do you access the administrative tools?
Press all Windows + R keys to open the Run window. Type admintools under control and press Enter. This makes the Administrative Tools applet immediately available.
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The System Administration Tools give you access to form tools such as the Services window, where you can see running Windows processes, or the System Monitor, where you can view a graph showing your system’s performance. The thing is, most users tend to use these tools, but it’s always good to know where they are if you use them often.
- Right-click an open part, selecting Properties from the Windows taskbar. The dialog property container opens.
- Click on the Start menu, then on the tab and click on the “Personalization” button. The Customize Start Menu dialog box opens.
- Click the “Advanced” tab, then scroll up the list of Start menu items and select the “System” radio button next to “AdministrativeStart” > “View all programs and the start menu”.
- Click OK twice.
- Click > Start All Programs > Administrative Tools to open these tools.
Note that you can make other changes to launching the menu in the Advanced tab, including turning items on and off, or showing the Control Panel as a specific cascading menu instead of “other”. Open a dialogue that cannot pay.
Remember that these modification methods will change expected behavior in Windows, so you’ll need to configure them wisely, but if everyone needs access to these administrative apps and other features, and you’re familiar with customizing Windows, it’s good to know where the tools are.
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