Administrative Tools is a handy folder that Microsoft has included in the Control Panel. It contains a range of different tools for system administrators and advanced users.

These tools vary depending on the version of Windows 10 you are using, but there’s always plenty to go around if you are looking at ways to better manage your PC. Tools like Component Services, Event Viewer, Hyper-V Manager, Resource Monitor, Services and System Configuration are all in.

Let’s take a look at two easy ways to open Administrative Tools in Windows 10.

1. The easiest is to simply click on Start, and navigating to the letter W in the apps section on the left.

2. Here, expand the Windows Administrative Tools folder, to get a list of all the tools that are available on your system. Click to open.

Another good option is from the Control Panel.

1. Open the Control Panel, and switch to the Icons view, if you have not already.

2. Click on the Administrative Tools icon, which is usually the first one in the list.

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