I have not seen this posted yet, I apologize if has.
Edit- just noticed it has been posted


Microsoft has announced the general release of the Windows Admin Center (WAC), a browser-based IT administration console designed to manage Windows servers and workstations.


Microsoft said that Project Honolulu, as it was known in testing, was downloaded more than 50,000 times, which it said confirms the ongoing excitement surrounding the WAC.
For Windows administrators tired of dealing with opening multiple consoles and management apps to administer networks, the WAC is probably the exact product they're looking for—and it's completely free.
What the Windows Admin Center can do

To be clear upfront, the WAC is not designed to completely replace the Microsoft Management Console or the Remote Server Administration Tools: Both have features that aren't included in the WAC. You'll still have to use those other tools to manage things like DHCP, Active Directory, DNS, and IIS.
Day-to-day management operations seem to be the bread and butter of the WAC, which incorporates a bunch of tools into one interface using either Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome (other browsers aren't compatible).
I managed to get it working on Win 10 pro 64 bit, I could not get it to install on my 32 bit pro machine though.

Further reading:
Windows Admin Center lets users manage Windows servers and Windows 10 machines from the browser - TechRepublic

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/manage/windows-admin-center/understand/windows-admin-center
Windows Admin Center (formerly Project Honolulu)


  • Windows Admin Center is a locally deployed, browser-based app for managing servers, clusters, hyper-converged infrastructure, and Windows 10 PCs. It comes at no additional cost beyond Windows and is ready to use in production.

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