in this assignment you will complete six steps that cover the use of breadcrumbs control panel features and performance information and tools

Assignment Instructions

In this Assignment you will complete six steps that cover the use of breadcrumbs, Control Panel features, and performance information and tools.

Before beginning the Assignment, please note:

  • Use your favorite search engine (e.g., Google) or your local computer to answer the questions and complete the Assignment.
  • If you are using the virtual machine, you can perform the tasks in your virtual machine,
  • Write a brief caption identifying each screenshot and identify all questions.
  • Label each screenshot.|PLAYER-607|product_downloads

Above is the virtual machine that you could use to install the software to.

  1. Use of Breadcrumbs: Practice using Cortana to open WordPad. Create a folder under C drive named “Win10Breadcrumbs.” Create a child folder in this folder named “Win10Tips.” In WordPad, create a text document named “Breadcrumbs” and save the document to the Win10Tips folder. Take a screen capture of the path showing the Local Disk (C:) drive, the Win10Breadcrumbs folder, and the “Breadcrumbs.rtf” file.
  2. Control Panel: Take a screen capture of the Category view. Display a second screen in small icons view and take a second screenshot. From that view, select Mouse and take a third screen capture of customized pointer options.
  3. Reliability Monitor: Select the Action Center from Control Panel. Select Maintenance and take a screen capture of Reliability Monitor. You also can type Reliability Monitor in the search box in the Search Control Panel and then click Security and Maintenance.
    1. In the Security and Maintenance window that pops up, click on Maintenance and then View reliability history. Take a screenshot of the Reliability Monitor report.
    2. If an ERROR icon displays (marked with an “x”):
      Click on an error, and under the Reliability details for <date> window, under Action click to Check for a solution. Take a second screenshot of the Problem Reporting dialog. What entries are shown? What do they mean? If “No new solutions found” dialog, take a third second screenshot of the Problem Reporting dialog box.
    3. If an ERROR icon does not display: Click on the information icon (marked with an “I”), under Action, and click to View technical details. Take a screenshot of the Problems Details window capturing the Problem, Date and Description.
  4. If neither b nor c displays, the Reliability Monitor screenshot in is all you need.
  1. Performance Information and Tools: Read the document “Installing WEI for Windows 10.docx” in Course Documents. Explain what the Windows Experience Index (WEI) is. Take a screen capture of your scores. How would you interpret your lowest score?
  2. Event Viewer: Press Windows Logo + X to display the menu.
  • Select Event Viewer and take a screen capture once it loads.
  • In the console tree, expand the first three folders under the Event Viewer (local) and take a screenshot.
  • Click on the Windows Logs directory and select Application.
  • Double-click on an Error or Information icon under the Application column
  • In the Event Properties – Event dialog, under the General tab, click the hyperlink Event Log Online Help. Take a screenshot.
  • Click Yes in the Event Viewer Dialog that pops up.

NOTE: If the Web page renders no result, go back and select a different Error or Information and try this step again.

  • In the Resources for IT Professionals (or page, select the Home tab.
  • Review the series of themes that display on the page.
  • Take the time to evaluate and review one or more of the topics of interest. (Some provide a video.)
  • Take a screen capture of the Web page with your favorite topic and close the browser window when finished.
  • Write a 100 word minimum summary of what you learned from the chosen topic.
  • Briefly explain how a network administrator would use the Event Viewer.
  1. System Configuration: From the Start button in your computer, open the command prompt window and enter the following command: ipconfig/all
  • Take a screenshot that shows the following information about your system:
    • Host Name
    • IP Address
    • Network Mask
    • Default Gateway
    • DHCP Server
    • DNC Servers
  • Explain in no fewer than 100 words when a network administrator would execute ipconfig.
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