This tutorial will show you different ways on how to open Windows Tools in Windows 11.
Windows Tools,, formerly Administrative Tools, is a folder in Control Panel that contains tools for system administrators and advanced users.
The tools in the folder might vary depending on which edition of Windows you are using.
Starting with Windows 11 build 25272 and build 22623.1095, Microsoft moved Quick Assist out of Windows Tools so it displays directly in the Start menu’s All apps list and is easier to find.
The folders for Windows Tools and Administrative Tools are folders in the Control Panel that contain tools for system administrators and advanced users.
EXAMPLE: Windows Tools
Open the Start menu.
Click/tap on the All apps button. (see screenshot below)
Click/tap on Windows Tools. (see screenshot below)
Open Control Panel (control.exe) in icons view.
Click/tap on the Windows Tools icon. (see screenshot below)
Open Search (Win+S) or the Start menu.
Type Windows Tools into the search box. (see screenshot below)
Click/tap on Open for Windows Tools.
Open File Explorer (Win+E).
Click/tap on the far left icon in the address bar of File Explorer. (see screenshot below)
Copy and paste the path below into the address bar, and press Enter.
%ProgramData%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Windows Tools