Action Center: Review recent messages and resolves problems with your computer. You may trouble shoot your computer and allows you restart your computer at an earlier state
Administrative Tools: Configure administrative settings for your computer. This is basically a shortcut to get shortcuts on the apps on your desktop
Auto Play: Change default settings for CDs, DVDs, and devices so that you can automatically play music, view pictures, install software, and play games.
Backup and Restore: Backup and restore your files and system. Monitor latest backup status and configuration
Bit locker Drive Encryption: Protect your computer using Bit locker driver Encryption
Color Management: Change advanced color management setting for display, scanners, and printers
Credential Manager: Manage your windows credential
Date and Time: Set the date, time and time zone for computer
Default Programs: Chose which program you want windows to use for activities like web browsing, editing photos, sending e-mail, and playing music
Desktop Gadgets: view the gadgets located on the desktop
Device Manager: View and updates your hardware’s setting and driver software
Devices and Printers: View and manage devices, printers, and print jobs.
Display: Make it easier to read what’s on your screen. You can change the size of text by using the magnifier tool.
Ease of Access Center: Makes your computer easier to use. It’s basically a cheat sheet
Flash Player (32-bit): Manage flash player settings. Used by storage, Camera and Mic, Playback, and advanced settings.
Folder Options: Customize the display of files and folders. You have the option to open each window up individually or the option to single click on an icon and have it open.
Fonts: Add, change and manage fonts on your computer.
Getting Started: Learn about window features, and start using them.
Home Group: View home group settings, Choose sharing potions, and view or change passwords.