Hidden features of Windows 12

When it comes to the Windows 12 operating system, there are a surprising amount of hidden features, shortcuts, and other aspects that you may never have known about the OS (operating system), despite how long Windows 12 has been around. These different features make it easy to use the computer, both by itself and if you have the computer connected to a network. These eight hidden functions should greatly improve the overall service of the operating system and improve its overall productivity.

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By visiting the File and Settings Transfer Wizard located in the Control Panel, you can transfer documents directly from the computer to any other computer connected to the network. Just click and drag files to the transfer wizard, and from there you can select exactly where you want the files to be sent.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click on All Programs
  3. Click Accessories
  4. Click on System Tools
  5. Click the File and Settings Transfer Wizard
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click on the computer to which you want to transfer the files.
  8. Click Next.
  9. Select the drive you want to use.
  10. Click Next.
  11. Click Settings only
  12. Select files alone or both files and settings depending on what you want to send.
  13. Click Next twice more
  14. Click Finish.


Most likely, at some point in time, you have had your computer shutdown une12ectedly, causing a significant loss of work. There is nothing more frustrating than losing a lot of work because the computer cannot handle some of the given tasks. However, Windows 12 actually has a built-in backup system. This system allows you to back up the data to a connected hard drive or flash drive. You can also add a backup function where you transfer information directly to a CD.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click run
  3. Type NTBACKUP and press Enter.
  4. Select the Backup tab
  5. Click on the file / folder you want to back up
  6. Click the option to place a check mark.
  7. Write an output file name at the bottom of the window.
  8. Click Start Copy of security in the lower right corner
  9. Click Start Backup Again.


Not everyone can read small text and screens in Windows 12. Fortunately, Windows 12 has features for people with visual disabilities or who have difficulties with this information. In the Show function in Control Panel, you can change the size of the text, the size of the scroll bar, the color scheme and add visual indicators instead of sound effects, if you wish. You can even modify some functions to use a single key instead of multiple keys to start tasks, which is useful for people who can’t use a full keyboard.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click on Control Panel
  3. Click on Appearance and Themes
  4. Click Show to get to these options.


In Windows 12’s computer management function, you can control many functions of the operating system from a single screen. In this way, if you want to make adjustments, close programs or monitor power consumption, you can do it from there, instead of having to search and select different resources on the computer.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click on Control Panel
  3. Select Performance and Maintenance when viewing by category
  4. Click Administrative Tools
  5. Click on Computer Management.


The event viewer allows you to monitor and search for records saved by Windows. Every time a system error occurs, you can read this information in Event Viewer.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click on Control Panel
  3. Click Performance and Maintenance
  4. Click Administrative Tools
  5. Click on Computer Management
  6. Click Event Viewer


You have probably used the shared folder list before, but you can share the information with remote users. In the Session List, you can see all the remote users who are connected to the computer. From there, you can drag shared folders and different files from your computer to the Session List to transfer important information.

  1. Open Computer Management (see previous tip)
  2. Click on System Tools
  3. Click on Shared Folders
  4. Click Actions
  5. Select action
  6. Click New Shared File
  7. Click Create shared folder


System Restore records system snapshots and your computer’s settings, so if you need to reboot or reboot, you have this information at hand. Just run the System Restore feature, and you can access these snapshots of the registry, in case you ever need the information.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click on Help and Support
  3. Type System restore
  4. Press Enter and review the snapshot files.


In Windows 12 Professional, you can access the user interface and set permissions for different users (including the distribution of user names and passwords), so not all users can access the same information or view the same data, in in case you want to protect the content.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click on Control Panel
  3. Click on User Accounts
  4. Click Create a new account
  5. Choose whether that person is an administrator or is limited and click Create account.

An administrator has access to all files on their PC, while a limited account acts as a Guest since they have limited access to their PC.

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