The assignation of control panel functions

There are three different types of user accounts. Firstly there is the administrator account that is similar to a super-user. Secondly, there is the standard user account which allows users to implement a number of changes to the computer bar security settings and adding or removing programs. Thirdly there is the guest account, which cannot implement any changes to the computer settings.
“ Network and Sharing Center” is the feature that allows a computer user to check his/her network status, change network settings and set preferences for sharing files and hardware such printers and scanners over a network. Here is where users can uniquely identify computers or other shared hardware that is within their local area network (LAN). Examples of this include the use of names such as Michael-PC or HP 1320 LaserJet on Manager-PC and so on. This feature allows users to declare different levels of accessibility over their files and documents or even hardware. This way an organization can implement information abstraction within its corporate LAN.
Finally, the “ Folder Options” feature provides users with options on how to manipulate folders. Examples include what the user would like the default folder icon size to be and whether to display or hide certain types of files such as system files and encrypted files. This feature also allows one to select whether to open each folder on the same window or a different window upon clicking the folder icon. Further, “ Folder Options” allows users to select how the search function for files will operate for example using file names only or file names with contents and so on. There are numerous other customizations on folders that could be put in place through the use of this feature.