What is task manager?
Task Manager is one of the most useful tools available in Windows 10. Task Manager enables you to manage processes (discrete tasks) that use system resources and see how those resources are affected by those active processes. Because of its simplicity, end users can use it to end problematic processes, disable apps that don’t need to run at startup, view logged-on users, and more. Because it is such a powerful and feature-rich tool, the savviest network administrator can use it to monitor, diagnose, and improve computer performance quickly.
Because running processes are so important to system performance, Task Manager has been redesigned so you can see the process tree, which groups related processes together. The entire interface is much more user-friendly, too. Task Manager has seven tabs. You need to know how you can use each of these to improve performance. Ok let’s go to start configure task manager. first of all go to taskbar next right click go down then click on task manager.
- Right click on taskbar then click task manager or (Control + Shift +Esc ) the task manager will be open.
Task manager page it makes from 7 tab or part such us.
- Processes tab
- Performance tab
- App History tab
- Startup tab
- Users tab
- Details tab
- Services tab
First I want to talk about Processes tab ok The Processes tab shows all running processes, grouped together as process trees. Processes with trees have a right-facing arrow beside them. You click the arrow to see the related processes. Click a single process or a process tree name and click End Task when you want to close a process that is problematic and it will be show you how many programs are open right now once see the programs of google chreom, task manager … it show to my on the first part of processes tab .
- Performance :
The Performance tab shows real-time statistics for CPU, Memory, Disk, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi usage. show this tab with Wi-Fi selected. Under the graph you can see the adapter name, see it shows to you which time your computer have started. And you can check the maximum speed of your computer.
- App History:
The App History tab shows usage associated with apps (not desktop apps). All apps are represented here, even if they are not currently in use. You can use this tab to determine the load placed on the system from these apps. Columns here include CPU Time, Network, Metered Network, and Tile Updates. Like the Processes tab, you might see related trees. For instance, the Mail, Calendar, and People app has a right facing arrow beside it. You can double click entry here to open the app or switch to it.
- Startup :
Ok The Startup tab shows what applications start when the computer boots. You can select any application listed here and disable it to keep it from starting when Windows does. Once disabled, you can return to this tab to enable it. You can also view the startup impact caused by the application, which can be marked None, Low, Medium, or High; its status (Enabled or Disabled) and more. You can also right click any entry to open the file location for it.
The Details tab shows what the Processes tab showed in previous versions of Task Manager. You can right click any process to end task, end the process tree, set a priority, set affinity, create a dump file, and more. Like other tabs, you can click any category name to sort the lists appropriately.
- Services :
The Services tab displays all of the enabled services. Like other tabs, you can right click a service to perform a task. The options include Start, Stop, Restart, Open Services, Search Online, and Go To Details
Ok now if you want to check the all programs of your computer please go back then click to Performance tab or the shortcut of this page Windows + R then type resmon.exe when you open it move down and select the open resource monitor the next page will be open.
See now you can check the all of your system such us memory CPU, Disk all of them you can check memory how much you have free spice in hard disk.
Now go to RUN then type perfmon next ok. The performance monitor page’s will be open. Wait for a short time.
Successfully you have opened performance page now if you want to check your monitor please click on performance monitor but I want to check the all of devices in my computer(system) such us CPU Hard disk memory or any other…
So first click on data collector sets then open the system and right click on system diagnostics click on start. Wit for a short time it will be find the problem of your system.
See the problem come in Reports folder now open this folder then open the system diagnostics and click on the first DISKTOP now successfully you have find the problem of your system.
You have done configure of task manager.
i wish success for you dear. And if you want to know clearly so please watch this video .
type : lutfullah moqadam