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How to Open Computer Management

In this blog, we have a look at how to open Computer Management in Windows 11. The Computer The management tool is included in all versions of the Windows operating system, and it acts as a control panel for many advanced administration tools.

In Windows 11, the Win search bar enters computer management and then launches it.

Win search bar computer management

Using the Control Panel

Launch the control panel, select System and Security, and then select Windows Tools.

Windows security and system

In the list of Windows tools, Double-click on Computer Management to open it.

Windows 11 tools

Using the Start Menu to Run Computer Management

Click on Windows 11 start button and then click on All apps.

Windows 11 Apps

Scroll down, and then click on Windows tools

Windows 11 All apps

Launch Computer Management.

Windows 11 Tools

Using the Windows menu

Open this Windows 11 menu, with a right-click on the Start button and then select Computer Management from the menu.

Win right click computer management

Create computer management shortcut

Right-click any empty place on your desktop, select new, and then shortcut.

Create shortcut

Type the command compmgmt.msc and then select next.

Create shortcut wizard type

Type a name and then click finish.

Create shortcut wizard name

Double click to launch computer management.

Open Computer Managemet via Run Command

Hold the Win + R keys on your keyboard to open Run, type the command compmgmt.msc, and then hit enter or ok.

Run command compmgmt.msc

Using Command Prompt or PowerShell

You can also launch Computer Management from the Command Prompt or PowerShell. Type the command mmc compmgmt.msc and then hit enter to launch.

PowerShell mmc compmgmt.msc

Open Computer Management Using Task Manager

First hold the Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys to launch Task Manager, select more details. Select File menu, select Run new task and then type compmgmt.msc. Press enter on your keyboard.

Task manager compmgmt.msc

Written by Jamil Parvez

Jamil Pervez works as a Network Administrator, based in Kuwait with a Primary focus on Microsoft technologies. Microsoft Certified MCSE, MCTP, MCITP, CCNP, CCIP, CCVP with 18 years experience in administering Windows Servers, Exchange, VMWare, Veeam B&R, Veritas BackupExec.

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