Windows® Vista Control Panel
The New and Improved Windows Vista Control Panel
Windows Vista there are several new improvements or additions on your PC. One of the best new things about the Vista operating system is the Vista control panel. You can’t just call it an improvement, which it is, but it is more than that. Vista takes the old Windows control panel to a higher and entirely different level.
- What is Windows Vista OS?
- What is the Windows control panel?
- What are some of the new features of the Windows Vista control panel?
What is Windows Vista OS?
Microsoft releases a new operating system that takes care of the bugs and glitches of the previous OS editions and adds some of its own. One of Windows Vista crowning achievements was the new and improved control panel.
What is the Windows control panel?
The control panel on a Windows® OS has helps the important features, applications, programs, and settings of your computer. Through the Windows® control panel you can edit user accounts, set or remove passwords, get to anything, and go anywhere. Windows Vista® has a better control panel than any OS before with more features and abilities in addition to being more user friendly.
A brief list of some of the many new features of the Vista control panel includes the following: auto play, Welcome list, Windows® Defender, parental controls, and the new Windows® Mobility Center. The access to Windows® Defender allows the Vista user easy access to your computer’s first line of malware and spyware defense. From the control panel, you can set the scan schedule and how Defender downloads updates. With the parental controls feature, parents can easily set up controls for their children from inappropriate web content. The new control panel allows for an auto play feature for your external hard drive or thumb drive, DVD, CD, or game content. The new Windows® Mobility Center allows the Vista user to effortlessly change the most commonly used features of Windows® such as the display settings, sound settings, power options, to name just a few. And the Welcome List is your introduction to the new Windows Vista OS.