Windows Task Manager, How to Open it, What it Used for and more

Windows Task Manager
Windows Task Manager

Task Manager is a tool that is included in windows previously known as a windows task manager. it shows how different installed programs are running on the machine and how much CPU, Memory, Disk, and Network taking for its use.

Open Task Manager

There are more than 10 ways to open windows task manager

Fastest way to open windows task manager is use the keyboard and press
Ctrl + Shift + Esc simultaneously

What Is Task Manager Used For?

For an advanced tool that can do an incredible number of things, most of the time the Windows Task Manager is used to do something very basic: see what’s running right now.

Open programs are listed, of course, as are programs that are running “in the background” that Windows and your installed programs have started.

Open programs are listed, of course, as are programs that are running “in the background” that Windows and your installed programs have started.

Task Manager can be used to forcefully end any of those running programs, as well as to see how much individual programs are using your computer’s hardware resources and which programs and services are starting when your computer starts.

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