When something goes wrong on your computer or with one of your components, where do you turn? Perhaps you get a friend or take it in your local computer repair store. But the one thing that can help with diagnostics and even settings is something many overlook, the System Tools. These include a variety of utilities that enable users to manage, diagnos, and troubleshoot issues they are having with components or the computer itself.
In this guide, we'll look at a variety of different built in and third party utilities that you can use to keep up to date on how your computer is performing, as well as finding out why it's not.
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